Mark Sullivan

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"Alliance board member Mark Sullivan is an environmental attorney who started his career 15 years ago with Riverkeeper, Inc., the Hudson River-based environmental watchdog. Mark spearheaded Riverkeeper’s watershed protection program, which aimed to protect water quality in the 2,000-square-mile region that feeds New York City’s remarkable drinking water supply. He then spent nearly five years at Carter Ledyard & Milburn in its prominent environmental practice, helping his clients fight suburban sprawl and strengthen New York’s urban core with infrastructure improvements and commercial development.

"Today, Mark lives with his wife, architect Nona Yehia, and their two children in Wilson. He has his own private practice, and continues to represent environmental parties including Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free and the Landowners for the Upper Green."[1]


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  1. Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Bios, organizational web page, accessed January 1, 2013.