Grand Canyon Trust
Meghan Trubee is the Senior Campaign Manager for National Parks Conservation Association's Colorado River Program. Her focus is on the nine national park units within the Colorado River basin which encompasses seven of the great western states. Prior to NPCA, Meghan served as the River Campaign Director for the San Juan Citizens Alliance in Durango, Colorado where she focused on rivers throughout the southwestern portion of Colorado and was the environmental representative on the state of Colorado Southwest Basin Roundtable.
She has a diverse perspective in resource management and stakeholder processes. Her experiences range from Peace Corps in Senegal, West Africa, the Department of Public Works in St. Helena, California, construction and engineering experience on the Big Dig in Boston, MA, to Cooperative Extension in Tucson, Arizona where she helped organize education and outreach around local watershed health issues around the state.
She is a California Water Education Foundation Water Leader alumna and a current board member for the Colorado Watershed Assembly. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management and Environmental Policy from Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA and a Master of Science degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Arizona in Tucson with a thesis focused on an analysis of water conflict in interstate river basins of the southwest (including the Rio Grande, Pecos River, and Costilla Creek).