Joining the Northwest Regional Office in the summer of 2015, Graham stays busy connecting people to parks in his role as Field Representative.
Graham Taylor comes to NPCA from the Sierra Club, where he spent five years organizing for the Our Wild America Campaign, focusing efforts to expand protections for the forests and rivers of the Olympic Peninsula and Washington’s North Cascades. Graham has experience working with grassroots constituencies to generate demand for conservation across Washington. He is passionate about protecting landscapes and endangered species, and has worked on campaigns to protect the threatened marbled murrelet, grizzly bear, wolf, northern spotted owl, and many other imperiled species. His past work with AmeriCorps at the Tahoma Audubon Society office helped train him to coordinate and work closely with volunteers.
Originally hailing from Sacramento, California, Graham attended college at University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, studying history. He has lived in Washington since 2003 and loves to go birding, sight-seeing, and tide-pooling. In his spare time, Graham likes to produce electronic music and recently completed his certificate in Electronic Music Production with Ableton Live through Berklee’s College of Music.