Rod Brown is a founding partner of Cascadia Law Group PLLC, a Seattle law firm that specializes in environmental law. He is the principal author of Washington's Superfund law, the Model Toxics Control Act, and has worked for years to reform and improve the environmental regulatory system in the Pacific Northwest and in Washington, D.C. Brown serves on the board of Portland General Electric, which is Oregon’s largest utility and is one of the greenest utilities in the country. He also serves on several non-profit boards including as chair of the Bullitt Foundation. He is a past president of the Seattle Audubon Society, and is a recent graduate of Seattle Audubon's Master Birder program. He is married to an environmental scientist, and has a daughter who is a climate policy analyst.

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