Sue Doroff co-founded Western Rivers Conservancy and serves as
President. Sue has more than 30 years of experience in conservation real
estate and is a leading expert in conservation finance. Her commitment
to protecting our great western streams is guided by a lifelong passion
for rivers and the great outdoors. During her career Sue has purchased
and protected more than 100,000 acres along dozens of rivers throughout
the West, including the Klamath, John Day, Yampa, Hoh, Gunnison,
Madison, Bear, Skagit and Salmon. A native of Washington D.C., Sue calls
the Pacific NW home where she lives with her wife, Holly, daughter,
Zoe, son, Sam and their beloved Burnese mountain dog, Bentley. She
received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and
conducted her graduate work in Urban and Regional Planning at George
Washington University. Sue is an avid hiker and skier, and enjoys (more
than just about anything) floating the great rivers of the West.
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