To reach staff members of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, please call their phone number listed below
or call the main voice mailbox to leave a message at (207) 622-3101.
To contact NRCM staff by email, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the staff person you are trying to reach in the subject line.
Your email will be forwarded to them promptly.
Nick provides scientific expertise to NRCM’s more technical work. He also heads up the organization’s Healthy Waters program focused on protecting and restoring Maine’s aquatic wildlife and habitat. Learn more about Nick.
Vanessa connects with people and communities around Maine as a member of NRCM's Sustainable Maine program. Learn more about Vanessa.
Josh connects with organizations, businesses, and Maine residents to advance climate and clean energy policy on the state and federal level. Learn more about Josh.
Pete is a member of the senior leadership team and provides overall strategic leadership of NRCM’s advocacy work, including serving as the organization’s senior advocate before the Maine Legislature. Learn more about Pete.
Colleen manages the Philanthropy Department’s busy calendar of events and helps maintain the organization’s centralized event resources. Learn more about Colleen.
Colin is a member of NRCM’s Communications Department, where he works broadly with staff on advocacy messaging strategy. Learn more about Colin.
Marc connects with people, organizations, businesses, and communities around Franklin County as a member of NRCM’s outreach team. Learn more about Marc.
Daniel is charged with a wide range of database-related tasks, including list pulls, data maintenance, research, and analysis. Learn more about Daniel.
Kristin supports NRCM’s outreach and public engagement efforts by designing and executing NRCM’s online organizing strategy. Learn more about Kristin.
Nancy assists the CEO with a wide range of administrative tasks, from scheduling and travel plans to organizing and maintaining executive materials. Learn more about Nancy.
Sarah channels her passion for waste reduction and a clean environment filled with happy people into directing NRCM’s efforts in support of policies that take at aim at those issues and hold corporate polluters accountable. Learn more about Sarah.
Codi is a member of the philanthropy team, managing records and gifts, including gift processing and data updates. Learn more about Codi.
Rebeccah leads NRCM’s vision and efforts to address the major opportunities and threats facing Maine’s land, air, waters, and wildlife. She provides guidance across the organization and is NRCM’s leading ambassador. Learn more about Rebeccah.
Rebecca's deep knowledge of climate change science and policy helps NRCM create and maintain strong networks across diverse environmental advocacy groups. Learn more about Rebecca.
Jack leads the Climate and Clean Energy team that is working in support of policies that address climate change and the threats it poses to Maine’s environment and communities. Learn more about Jack.
Marlisa leads the Philanthropy Department’s efforts to engage individuals and organizations in NRCM’s work. A member of the senior leadership team, she also focuses on specific HR-related projects. Learn more about Marlisa.
Melanie is the Forests & Wildlife Director advocating for protection of Maine's special places, including our North Woods. This includes working to ensure sustainable land use practices. Learn more about Melanie.
Emmie leads NRCM’s outreach, organizing, and public engagement efforts to deepen relationships with people across Maine and build enduring power that will strengthen and protect our environment. Learn more about Emmie.
Allison leads NRCM’s organization-wide communications to strengthen NRCM’s role as a champion for Maine’s environment. She is a member of NRCM’s senior leadership team. Learn more about Allison.
As a member of the Administrative team, Ben wears many hats to manage day-to-day operations of NRCM’s Augusta office. Learn more about Ben.
Banner photo: Allagash Wilderness Waterway, by Emmie Theberge