Jeff DeBonis, Senior Associate, Training Resources for the Environmental Community "builds leadership and effectiveness within emerging resource protection organizations in the West. For the past ten years he has provided capacity building services, including leadership development, coaching, strategic planning, campaign and coalition development and other critical services to the next generation of activists. Jeff has had a distinguished 35-year career dedicated to protecting forests and wild lands in North, Central and South America. In 1989, he founded and was the Director the Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (AFSEEE), and in 1992 he founded and directed Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), an expanded national organization of public employees of numerous environmental agencies that work to ensure the integrity and public accountability of their agencies. He lives with with wife and son in Hood River,Oregon, and is currently on leave from TREC until this fall."
Resources and articles
- Training Resources for the Environmental Community Jeff DeBonis, organizational web page, accessed April 26, 2012.