Partner, Health & Outdoors
Barton Robison knows firsthand the healing powers of nature and is passionate about removing access barriers so that all Oregonians can know the benefits of time in green space. He leads Willamette Partnership’s work on the Oregon Health & Outdoors Initiative, and his strengths include facilitation, strategy development, and communications.
Throughout his career, he has worked in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors on tackling inequity and building joyful connections between people and organizations. In addition to his work with the Oregon Health & Outdoors Initiative, Robison volunteers with groups like Outside In and Brown People Camping. He received his Master of Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Tribal Relations from Portland State University.
“I want to make sure everyone has the same opportunities to experience the transformative joy of nature that I have!”