Kathleen Feehan is dedicated to restoring and protecting the rivers and lands that distinguish our beautiful state and support all Oregonians including tribal people and culture. Kathleen knows that a balanced and thriving future for our state depends on healthy Oregon waters, land and communities. Working as a Senior Policy Analyst for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Kathleen has focused on implementation of the Clean Water Act to guide watershed restoration and improve standards for protecting human health.
Her broad understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing both rural and urban communities comes from her practical experience in both eastern and western Oregon. Further, her local, state and federal government experience, working in conjunction with a variety of "on the ground" experts, confirms her belief that through collaboration and partnerships we make better public policy. Her greatest joy is raising her two young sons.