Resilient Habitat Project Manager
Rebecca Kramer is a project manager for Willamette Partnership’s Resilient Habitat Program. In this role, she focuses on moving key strategic projects forward and helps build the business case for environmental conservation and protection. Rebecca Kramer spent the past 17 years in the environmental nonprofit sector developing and managing innovative sources of funding to restore, conserve, and protect endangered species and their habitats throughout the United States and internationally. Kramer is a member of the California Bar and holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology.
Prior to moving to Oregon, Rebecca Kramer grew up covered in the beach sand and pluff mud of coastal South Carolina, lived on ranches in Colorado and Montana, and made the San Francisco Bay Area home since 1999. After law school, she spent a year in London and interned with the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development. Kramer serves on the board of Conservation Volunteers International Program, an international travel, environmental restoration nonprofit. She recharges her batteries by staying active with her goofball German shepherd, gardening, and volunteering.
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