Steven Kallick is director of International Wilderness Conservation for the Pew Environment Group of the Pew Charitable Trusts. His portfolio includes the International Boreal Conservation Campaign and Australian Outback to Oceans. Utilizing conservation science and multi-stakeholder processes, these projects are in the process of helping protect hundreds of millions of hectares of intact, high-value forests, wetlands, savannahs and marine ecosystems. In addition to the current projects, Kallick initiated and managed several high-profile environmental initiatives for Pew, including the Heritage Forests Campaign, which works to secure protection for roadless areas in U.S. national forests; the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership; and the Northeast Land Trust Consortium. Prior to joining Pew, Kallick had 15 years of experience in natural resources law and policy. He served as director of the Alaska Rainforest Campaign, as committee staff counsel for the Alaska legislature and as an environmental lawyer with Earthjustice and the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council. Kallick holds a J.D. and a certificate in natural resources law from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College. [+]