Kelly Fuller began her conservation advocacy in the California desert in 2003 and since then has worked on advocacy campaigns in more than two dozen states. She fought the Keystone XL pipeline at its earliest stage in South Dakota and worked with communities in the Great Plains and Midwest to defeat new coal-fired power plants. She also has experience evaluating the environmental impacts of a wide variety of energy projects, including oil and gas drilling, wind, solar, geothermal, transmission lines, and fossil-fuel and carbon dioxide pipelines. Most recently, she was at Oregon Wild, where she advocated in the Siuslaw and Willamette National Forests for protecting a livable climate by retaining mature and old-growth trees. Kelly is based in New Mexico.