Matt Mega

Senior Director, Stewardship Programs


Matt has worked in the environmental field for more than 25 years. His diverse background includes land protection, policy advocacy, habitat restoration, and environmental education. For the past four years Matt was the Executive Director of Tahoma Audubon Society, a 50-year-old environmental organization focused on connecting people to birds and nature. Before that he worked at Forterra as their Green Cities South Sound Manager, helping the cities of Kent, Tacoma and Puyallup restore critical green space. Matt earned an undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts and holds two master’s degrees from the University of Minnesota in Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture. He is an avid birder and an amateur photographer. He spends as much time as possible exploring the Pacific Northwest and beyond with his partner Veronica.

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