Our Staff

Executive Staff

Curt Johnson

President, Save the Sound

Tracy Brown

Regional Director, Water Protection

Amado Rodriguez

Chief Financial and Administrative Officer

Leah Lopez Schmalz

Chief Program Officer

Alicia Sullivan

Chief Development Officer


Anthony Allen

Assistant Director of Ecological Restoration

Elena Colon

Environmental Analyst

Maggie Cozens

Lands Communications Specialist

Nicole Davis

Watershed Coordinator

Martin Dodd

General Counsel

Malaika Elias

Clean Water Advocate

Kat Fiedler

Staff Attorney

Katie Friedman

New York Ecological Restoration Program Manager

Josh Garskof

Director of Foundation Relations

Everett Grant

Accounts Payable Clerk

Emily Green

Director of Member Engagement and Events

Martin Hain

Communications Specialist

Louise Harrison

New York Natural Areas Coordinator

Chris Kelly

Peter B. Cooper Legal Fellow

Alex Krofta

Ecological Restoration Project Manager

Karina Krul

Member Communications Specialist

Michelle LeMere

Assistant Director, Member Relations and Stewardship

Peter Linderoth

Director of Water Quality

Bill Lucey

Long Island Soundkeeper

Gwen Macdonald

Director of Ecological Restoration

Laura McMillan

Director of Communications

Siddharth Motwani

Long Island Sound Program Assistant

Annalisa Paltauf

Ecological Restoration Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator

Roger Reynolds

Senior Legal Counsel

Alex Rodriguez

Climate Advocate

Javier Roman-Nieves

Ecological Communications Specialist

Charles Rothenberger

Climate and Energy Attorney

Willow Ann Sirch

Development Writer

Jon C. Vander Werff

Fish Biologist

Skyla Wilson

Executive Assistant

Valerie Wormely-Radford

Administrative Assistant

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Webinar: Surveying Fish on the Move: Recapping the 2021 Migratory Fish Run - Fish Biologist Jon Vander Werff has been out all season monitoring your local fish populations, including those at many past ecological restoration projects. Join him to learn about the monitoring he’s been doing, what he’s found, and how those numbers can guide action for our regional environment in the years to come.

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