Lisa Matlock

Since 2013 Lisa has worked as the Outreach Coordinator for the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council, based in Anchorage. She coordinates and facilitates all communication and interactions between the Council and its volunteers, member entities, communities throughout the Exxon Valdez oil spill region. She also leads the Council’s youth programs. Prior to joining the Council, Lisa led K-12 education programming for the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, Sitka National Historical Park, and Kenai Fjords National Park from 2000-2012 helping bring marine science, culture, and outdoor activities to urban and rural educators and youth all over coastal Alaska, from Sitka to the lower Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak, to the remote island communities along the Alaska Peninsula, the Aleutians and Pribilof Islands. She has also worked as a seasonal Park Ranger in several Alaska parks, taught as an adjunct instructor at UAA, and was an on-board naturalist for Cruise West in southeast Alaska. Lisa also enjoys hiking, fishing, boating, yardening, reading, and renovating houses.