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The Oregon Environmental Quality Commission is a five-member panel of Oregonians appointed by the governor for four-year terms to serve as DEQ’s policy and rule-making board. Members are eligible for reappointment but may not serve more than two consecutive terms.
Terms of service: 2/1/17-6/30/20; 7/1/20-6/30/24
Term of service: 10/5/23-6/30/25 (eligible for reappointment) Mark Webb is the Executive Director for Blue Mountains Forest Partners, a diverse group of stakeholders who utilize best available science and work collaboratively to increase the pace and scale of restoration on the Malheur National Forest. Prior to his current role, Mark served as a Grant County Judge, taught at Eastern Oregon University, and worked in the field of natural resources in eastern Oregon. He received his BA in Philosophy from Reed College, and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame. Mark believes that strong, vibrant communities and healthy landscapes are inseparably linked.
Term of service: 11/19/21-6/30/25 (eligible for reappointment)Amy Schlusser is a staff attorney with the Green Energy Institute at Lewis & Clark Law School. She has extensive experience with a broad variety of legal and regulatory frameworks relating to climate change, energy, transportation and air pollution. Her work focuses on developing effective and equitable policy pathways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate a just and equitable transition to a clean and renewable energy system.Schlusser has authored multiple legal and policy analyses on a variety of climate and energy related topics, and she regularly shares key findings with policymakers and stakeholders. She also collaborates with climate and environmental justice advocates and community-based organizations on initiatives to advance a just and equitable energy transition, and works with stakeholders in the nonprofit, industry, and academic sectors to address barriers to renewable energy development and advance electrification of the transportation and building sectors.Amy received her J.D. cum laude and her LL.M. summa cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School's Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law program. She received her bachelor's degree from Penn State University. She is licensed to practice law in Oregon.
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