Michele Zukerberg (she/her) is a dynamic facilitator and partnership builder. She has more than 20 years of professional experience facilitating collaborative efforts to conserve and restore public lands. Michele is passionate about engaging state and local agencies, tribal governments, and non-profits in resolving complex natural-resource management issues. She brings a unique combination of skills as a professional mediator and long-time natural-resource manager with a focus on tribal and state co-management relationships on public lands.
Michele holds a Master of Forestry degree from Duke University. She is a Certified Mediator with the Washington Mediation Association and is a Certified Facilitator with the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County.
She lives with her family in Olympia, Washington on the ancestral lands of the Salish peoples.