Amira Streeter


Amira Streeter JD ’13 will join the Oregon governor’s office on July 9 as part of the natural resources team. Streeter will assume responsibility for liaising with a number of natural resource state agencies. She brings deep experience in brownfields policy, project management and collaborative problem solving, and community engagement and empowerment. Streeter most recently worked as a policy director for Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish, focusing on issues such as the Portland Harbor Superfund clean-up, housing, community development, and public arts and culture. She also has experience in the private and nonprofit sectors, having served as a policy analyst and legislative liaison for Oregon Representative Lew Frederick and as an environmental prosecution clerk in the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Streeter earned a certificate in environmental and natural resources law with her JD, and a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and dance from Skidmore College.