Brett Hartl serves as the Endangered Species Policy Director works in the Washington D.C. office of the Center for Biological Diversity on national policy issues that affect endangered species. He holds a bachelor of arts from Prescott College in conservation biology and a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School. Before law school, Mr. Hartl spent five years as a field biologist working with endangered species in the northwest Hawaiian Islands, Kauai and Southern California. Prior to joining the Center, Brett worked in the House Natural Resources Committee for the Democratic staff and was the senior policy fellow at the Society for Conservation Biology.
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