Joy Juelson

Joy Juelson joined Triangle in May of 2018 and brings over 20 years of natural resources management and stakeholder engagement experience to the facilitation and public involvement team. She has worked across many scientific disciplines including: fisheries, ecology, and forestry/fire in multiple sectors including: Public Utility Districts, non-profit, environmental consulting, county and Federal government entities. Additionally, Joy has worked closely with tribal governments.

Her breadth of salmon recovery experience is extensive from field research to implementation of recovery projects. As a salmon recovery habitat project sponsor and manager, she developed and implemented over 18 large habitat recovery projects that reconnected floodplains, removed barriers, and added complexity to rivers. She was also the Salmon Recovery Lead Entity Coordinator for a decade and managed an annual funding allocation processes for over 5+ million dollars from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) to align funding with prioritized recovery actions identified in a Regional Salmon Recovery Plan. This work gave her the foundation for the people and policy-based work that she achieved while facilitating regional implementation teams, regional technical teams, habitat design teams, watershed and stakeholder meetings in implementing a Salmon Recovery Plan in the Upper Columbia Region.

Some of the successful projects Joy has worked while at Triangle include the Columbia River System Operations Environmental Impact Statement – Fish and Wildlife Technical Team, Montana State Secretarial Order 3362: Big-Game Winter Range and Migration Corridor Workshop, Washington Salmon Coalition Annual Retreat, King County Baring Bridge Replacement Public Involvement Process, and Oregon Department of State Lands Rulemaking for Aquatic Resources Mitigation Framework. Joy earned a M.S. in Natural Resource Policy from Central Washington University in 2001. Joy is trained in citizen’s engagement by the Institute for Participatory Management & Planning, Planning and Facilitating Collaborative Meetings by the NOAA Office of Coastal Management, and Advanced Facilitation Training by Clarity Consulting.

Over the years, Joy has developed techniques and tools useful for moving diverse groups toward a common goal and believes some of the most important gifts she brings to a collaborative process are deep listening skills, humor and a calm and focused demeanor. Outside of the office, Joy loves to travel internationally to gain new cultural perspectives.

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