Environmental Advocacy in the Southwest and Beyond
Who we are: Conservation Advocate and Attorney at Law
Cyndi Tuell is an attorney and conservation advocate with 10 years of experience. Ms. Tuell currently serves on the Board of Directors for Wilderness Watch, is the Public Lands co-chair and serves on the Communications Committee of the Executive Committee for the Sierra Club's Rincon Group in Tucson.
Since September 2007, Cyndi focused her work on federal public lands management issues in New Mexico and Arizona. Tuell Consulting was born in 2013 when Cyndi wanted to focus her work on borderlands advocacy and take a more radical approach to addressing environmental concerns. She has worked with national and local conservation partners in several western states to protect the habitat of native species and ensure good land management policies are implemented to protect natural resources and quiet recreation opportunities.
Ms. Tuell holds a bachelor of science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a law degree from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. While in law school, Ms. Tuell worked for the Sonoran Institute researching conservation issues related to State Trust Lands and co-authored two publications on State Trust Lands in the West.