Rebekah Weber is CLF’s Lake Champlain Lakekeeper. In this position, Rebekah advocates clean water and partners with community groups to address challenges throughout the watershed. Prior to CLF, Rebekah was a Fulbright-Clinton fellow in Nepal where she focused on food and water policy. Previously, she served as an AmeriCorps member collaborating with watershed groups in northern Vermont and worked for U.S. Senator Leahy on agricultural and environmental policy.
Rebekah holds a M.A. in environmental law and policy from Vermont Law School and a M.S. in conservation biology from Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She lives in Burlington with her pup, Gracie.