SELC is aware of an ongoing employment scam that uses our name, an employee’s name and images that may be associated with our organization. Scroll down for more info.*
Tess provides legal and administrative support to four SELC attorneys, proofreading and formatting briefs, comment letters and other documents, as well as preparing hearing binders, filing pleadings with the court, scheduling meetings, and submitting expenses. She also tracks Freedom of Information Act requests and assists with the hiring process of the Glynn D. Key Fellowship position. She is particularly energized by SELC’s endangered species work and the organization’s efforts to stop pollution from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations.
Born and raised in Sante Fe, N.M., Tess spent 11 years in California before moving to Durham, N.C. One of her favorite places is Pisgah National Forest, with its amazing peaks and views and beautiful waterfalls.
- B.S., University of California-San Diego
- With SELC since 2020
*If you received a job offer from a SELC employee, but did not apply directly to the organization, please know that letter and job offer is fraudulent. Often these offers are for personal assistants, a position we don’t offer. It is recommended that you ignore all future contact from the individual(s) executing the scam and send all relevant information and communications received to firstname.lastname@example.org as we work to investigate the matter.