Lisa Eyler (pronoun: she) joined CLF in 2017 as Alaska Program Director. For nearly 20 years, Lisa has used her law degree to be instrumental in international and local policy with a focus on environmental and social issues around the globe. Prior to joining CLF, Lisa ran her own consulting company. She has also served as a Senior Project Manager for Environmental Resources Management, and was the Executive Director for the Great Land Trust in Alaska.
Lisa’s work has involved diverse constituencies, particularly in the land conservation and resource development context. She has traveled and worked extensively in numerous Alaskan villages and throughout Central America focusing much of her career on partnering diverse organizations and individuals together toward a common purpose.
Lisa was born in Tucson, Arizona and procured her education incrementally all along the West Coast to eventually settle in Anchorage, Alaska nearly 20 years ago. She’s an avid outdoor enthusiast and loves to travel with her family. [email protected]