Allison Hamm - Assistant Watershed Coordinator
Allison Hamm began her career in the legal profession but, over the years, has gravitated more in the direction of natural resource conservation, with a passion for protection, restoration and stewardship of land, water, and wildlife resources. Her life’s work includes protection of watersheds, prairie habitat, open space for passive recreation, and creation and preservation of greenways/wildlife corridors. She loves working with others to create policies and programs that tie together advocacy, science policy, communication, and partnership. In her current role as Assistant Watershed Coordinator, she is pleased to be able to use her experience and passion to work with stakeholders in the Little Thompson Watershed toward a resilient watershed and community. Allison has a B.A. in History and Political Science from Wellesley College, a J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law, and a M.S. in Environmental Studies from Friends University. When not working to support the Little Thompson Watershed community, Allison takes advantage of the incredible outdoor experiences Colorado has to offer and volunteers on projects with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers.