Emily Woodcock, Ann Arbor Canvass Director
Emily began at Clean Water Action in September 2004 in Ann Arbor where she filled several roles such as Senior Field Manager, before her current position as Canvass Director. She also canvasses two days a week, and immensely values her time spent training staff and organizing in the community. Emily grew up near Philadelphia, raised by parents who taught her early on the importance of working to better the community in which she lived. Before working for Clean Water Action, Emily spent a year as a Field Manager at the Rape Assistance and Awareness Program in Denver. She also has a degree in Classical Languages from Kenyon College. In her spare time, you'll generally find Emily somewhere outside, be it biking, playing disc golf or camping out.
Curt Moultine, Regional Canvass Supervisor
Curt was born and raised in Bay City, Michigan. He earned his B.A. from Alma College in 1989, majoring in Political Science and History. Curt started with the Michigan Citizen's Lobby as a field canvasser in August 1989. In March 1991, Curt worked as Field Canvass Director for Georgia Citizen Action. He began his career with Clean Water Action in October of 1993 as the Field Canvass director, a position he held until May 2001. Curt has since served as a Regional Canvass Director and currently supervises five field canvass projects for Clean Water Action in Michigan, New Jersey and Florida.
Eric Keller, Campaign Organizer
Eric first began work with Clean Water in 2009 and currently oversees the organizing program out of the Ann Arbor office where his main focus is volunteer recruitment and community outreach. His past experience includes grassroots and campaign organizing having worked on various local, statewide and national campaigns. Most recently he was the Deputy Field Director for Protect Working Families a coalition of labor, faith and community groups working to secure workers’ rights in Michigan.
Eric grew up in Northern Michigan and studied Political Science a University of Detroit Mercy. In his free time he enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Trisha and their two huskies.
Jennifer Schlicht, Office Manager
Nic Clark, State Director
Nic Clark grew up near one of Michigan’s most precious natural wonders, Torch Lake. Learning to hunt and fish at a young age lead to his deep appreciation for the outdoors and passion to preserve these great traditions for future generations.
Nic is committed to bringing together conservation, agricultural, labor, and progressive voices to protect the Great Lakes and put Michigan back to work by investing in clean energy technologies.
He has led the fight for clean, renewable energy production while serving at Repower America, the Michigan State AFL-CIO and most recently as the Michigan Director of Clean Water Action. Nic’s commitment to serving the community goes beyond conservation efforts by serving as Vice Chair of the Old News Boys of Greater Lansing.
Susan E. Harley, J.D., Michigan Policy Director
Susan received her Bachelors of Arts from Michigan State University and received her Juris Doctor, cum laude in Public Law & Regulation from MSU's College of Law. Susan serves as a member of Michigan's Wetlands Advisory Council and is a Board Member for EarthShare Michigan. She was a member of the Michigan Climate Action Council's Cross Cutting Issues Technical Working Group and was the alternate representative for the environmental community on the Wind Energy Resource Zone Board. She is a member of the State Bar of Michigan
Mary Brady, East Lansing Canvass Director
Mary Brady began working with Clean Water Action in May of 2006. While completing her degree at Michigan State University, Mary took on the roles of field manager and senior field manager within Clean Water Action’s canvass. In September of 2007, Mary became a Canvass Director with Indiana’s largest consumer rights organization, Citizen’s Action Coalition. Despite all she learned there and the great friends she made, she just could not wait to return to her home state. Her love for Michigan, its natural wonders, and its people brought Mary back to Clean Water Action in November of 2009. She has been working as East Lansing’s Canvass Director since that time. Mary has also spent some of her time engaging past members of the organization, organizing events, and fundraising. In her free time, Mary enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, snowshoeing, canoeing, and spending time with her boyfriend, her cats, and her friends.
Marissa Luna, East Lansing Office Manager
Marissa Luna was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. She began working for Clean Water Action as a program intern during the summer of 2012 where she developed an interest in environmental issues. She was hired as Office Manager following the completion of her internship in August. Marissa earned a B.A. in Comparative Cultures and Politics from Michigan State University in December 2012 and was recently appointed as Clean Water Action’s Michigan Communications Coordinator. As a recent graduate, she looks forward to learning and gaining valuable experience within the organization while working to better Michigan’s environment.
Margi Armstrong, Lake St. Clair Program Organizer
Margi began working as a canvasser for Clean Water Action in June 2007 and eventually took the role of Office Manager for the Clinton Township office. Margi has spent the last five years working on local campaigns in Macomb County, Michigan and is a current student at Wayne State University. Margi grew up in St. Clair Shores, Michigan on the shoreline of beautiful Lake St. Clair. Margi currently serves as chair of the St. Clair Shores Cool City Committee and is an executive board member for the Official Democratic Black Caucus of Macomb County. Margi is happy to be back with the Clean Water family working to protect and restore our beloved Great Lakes and surrounding waterways! Margi spends her free time with family and friends, biking around Detroit and enjoying the great outdoors.