Board of Directors
Steve Dubiel (Chair)
Executive Director | EarthCorps
Steve has served as executive director of EarthCorps since 1999. Steve has an MBA as well as a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow, the Global Leadership Forum, and the Executive Nonprofit Leadership Institute at University of Washington’s Nancy Bell Evans Center on Nonprofits & Philanthropy. Steve has served on local, regional, and national boards including The Corps Network, EarthShare Washington, Environmental Education Association of Washington, and Mount Baker Community Club and serves on advisory councils including Green Seattle Partnership, The Mountaineers, Earth Day NW 2020, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.
Todd Miller (Vice-Chair)
Executive Director | North Carolina Coastal Federation
Todd founded the North Carolina Coastal Federation in 1982. As executive director, Todd formulates policy positions, serves as NCCF's spokesperson, and provides staff and operations oversight. He is a coastal North Carolina native and holds a master's degree in city and regional planning from UNC-Chapel Hill. He received the Southern Environmental Law Center's Southern Environmental Leadership Award in 2000. Todd is one of the founding board members of Restore America Estuaries and has served as chair and treasurer.
Bob Stokes (Treasurer)
President | Galveston Bay Foundation
Bob Stokes practiced law for ten years before he joined the Galveston Bay Foundation as president in 2004. Bob is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Texas School of Law. He had previously served on the Foundation’s board for five years, including two as chair, prior to taking over as president. Bob has also served on the Houston Wilderness Board of Directors since 2004 and on the Governing Board of Earth Share of Texas beginning in 2007.
Kimberly Davis Reyher (Secretary)
Executive Director | Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana
Kim joined the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana as executive director in June 2014 after 13 years with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), where she served as Fisheries Program director. In that capacity, she advanced strategies to promote fisheries sustainability through engagement on seafood supply and demand, working with fisheries around the world and influential players in the seafood industry. Kim co-led the development of a $29 million tuna management project with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and led the International Smart Gear Competition, which awards cash prizes for fishing gear innovations and supervised 20+ projects in more than 20 countries. Kim also spent 6 years at the Ocean Conservancy, first as a regional advocate in Florida, and then as the fish conservation program director in Washington, D.C. A native of Tampa, Kim received a bachelor’s degree in geography from Dartmouth College, and a master’s degree in natural resource economics and policy from Duke University.
President | Tampa Bay Watch
Peter A. Clark is the founder and executive director of Tampa Bay Watch, a non-profit environmental stewardship program established in 1993 to restore and protect the Tampa Bay estuary using community volunteers. Under his watch, the organization has coordinated more than 30,000 volunteers, installed 4,400 oyster reef units, planted more than 310,000 salt marsh grasses, and removed more than 100 tons of debris from Tampa Bay shorelines. In 2005, Tampa Bay Watch completed construction of the $4 million marine and education center in Tierra Verde, Florida.
Until 1993, Peter served as director of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council’s Agency on Bay Management, an alliance of agencies charged with protecting the Bay. He holds a bachelor’s in marine biology and has produced more than fifty professional publications on natural resource restoration, water quality, and environmental planning. Peter also initiated the nomination, which ultimately led to the designation, of Tampa Bay into the EPA’s National Estuary Program. He holds a U.S. Coast Guard Captains License, received the Outstanding Environmentalist of the Year award from the Florida Marine Research Institute Environmental Excellence Awards program in 1994, and the NOAA Fisheries/American Fisheries Society Nancy Foster Habitat Conservation Award in 2005.
Executive Director | American Littoral Society
Tim Dillingham has been the executive director of the American Littoral Society since 2003. He brings more than 20 years of experience in coastal management and policy development gained in government agencies and non-profit organizations, and a passion for the coast—a relationship developed since his boyhood growing up on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. Tim began his career as a defender of the coast in Rhode Island, as a consultant to the state’s Coastal Management Council, and continued as a senior policy analyst for the state. During his years in Rhode Island, he also spent some time as an environmental planner for The Nature Conservancy.
Tim began his work in New Jersey as director of the New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club, after which he assumed the executive director post at the newly formed Highlands Coalition. In 2003, he joined the American Littoral Society, first as assistant director and soon afterward as executive director. Since then he has focused on laying the groundwork to continue the Society’s more than 40 years of successful advocacy, education, and conservation in the 21st century. He holds a master’s in marine affairs from the University of Rhode Island and a bachelor’s in biology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Vice President for Environmental Protection and Restoration | Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Ms. Feldt joined the CBF team in July 2018 directing all policy, advocacy, and restoration efforts of the organization. She manages a diverse team of scientists, land use specialists, lawyers, grassroots coordinators, and volunteers to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay watershed. From her beginnings as an environmental engineer working on Superfund sites at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to her nuclear waste experience at Department of Energy to President Obama appointing her as EPA’s acting deputy administrator, Lisa has had an extensive career. Most recently, Lisa was Director of the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection.
Lisa’s experience in the public sector, as well as her own successful environmental consulting business, has given her a full array of environmental, energy and sustainability experiences. In addition, Lisa has served on numerous Boards including DC Water, Northeast Maryland Waste Management Authority, Leadership Council for the Anacostia River and Montgomery County Greenbank. Lisa earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Union College and George Washington University.
Executive Director | Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound
Curt Johnson received his J.D. from University of Connecticut School of Law and was awarded a master’s in the study of law, summa cum laude, focusing on environmental law from Vermont Law School.
He was an attorney with the firm of Murtha, Cullina, Richter, and Pinney for 3.5 years before joining the Connecticut Fund for the Environment (CFE) as an attorney in 1993. Now, as executive director of Save the Sound, a bi-state program of CFE, Curt and his team bring together people, science, law, and engineering to make progress toward key goals: making our water safe for swimming, clamming, and boating; restoring the low oxygen dead zone; restoring habitat and forests and rivers for fish and wildlife; protecting our great coastal and island places.
He serves as the Connecticut co-chair of the Citizens Advisory Committee to Long Island Sound’s National Estuary Program, co-founded the Environmental Law Clinic at the University of Connecticut School of Law. He and his wife and two sons enjoy spending the summers unplugged in an unpowered summer island shack clamming, fishing, and boating.
Executive Director | Save The Bay — San Francisco
David Lewis has served as executive director of Save The Bay since 1998. A native of the Bay Area, he organized legislative and issue campaigns for 14 years from Washington, D.C. David previously was senior legislative assistant for U.S. Senator Carl Levin and chief operations officer for the League of Conservation Voters. He was born and raised in Palo Alto and holds a bachelor’s in politics and American studies from Princeton University.
Executive Director | Save The Bay — Narragansett Bay
Jonathan Stone became Save The Bay’s fourth executive director in January of 2009. Stone was managing director and co-founder of Boston-based Lee Munder Capital Group where he helped build a premier investment management business (his areas of expertise included alternative energy development). He served previously as CFO of Transtrack, Inc., a Massachusetts communications company, and was national budget director for Michael Dukakis’s 1988 presidential campaign.
Stone is a Brown University graduate who holds an MBA from Harvard University. Growing up on Buzzard’s Bay, he fished and swam and witnessed many of the changes in the ecosystem that are similar to those faced in Narragansett Bay. He has been a member of Save The Bay for 19 years and has participated in three Bay Swims.