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Bobbi Wilson joined the OSPIRG team in August of 2016. Bobbi is an Oregon native who grew up in Corvallis and Albany. She spent several years in Eugene where she studied Environmental Studies at Lane Community College before earning her B.S in Environmental Studies at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.
Bobbi got her start in organizing as an undergraduate at Northern Arizona University where she worked with Food and Water Watch to implement a campaign to eliminate the sale of bottled water on the university campus. She organized volunteers to collect petitions and hold tabling events, built a coalition with other on-campus organizations, and lobbied administration to schedule the withdrawal of bottled water from all campus vending machines.
After college Bobbi started working as a Campaign Organizer with Environment Oregon where she worked with local elected officials to make solar energy more affordable and accessible in several Oregon cities. She then directed a citizen outreach office that focused on mobilizing public support to protect the forests surrounding Crater Lake National Park from clear-cut logging.
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