Officers

2022-2023 Board Members

Aidan Reed, Class 2023

Aidan Reed (he/him/his), Class of 2023

Aidan is originally from a small town in Texas, called Boerne. He enjoys hiking, camping, and going to concerts. He joined SEED because he wanted to get an intersectional perspective on the law, and he wanted to help bring that perspective into the school. 

 Favorite EJ resource: the Drilled podcast!

 

Amy Kraitchman

Amy Kraitchman (she/her), Class of 2023

Amy is originally from Oakland, CA. She graduated from Oregon State University in 2019 with a BS in Environmental Economics and Policy. She came to Lewis & Clark interested in learning more about the intersection of law and policy when developing equitable solutions to resource management and climate change. She also wanted to learn how to become a better advocate and ally for her own hometown and other communities.  She was a summer law clerk at Center for Food Safety and is the current Editor in Chief of Environmental Law. When not studying or doing law review work, Amy enjoys spending time in the sun with her friends, going to the beach, and watching reality tv. 

Favorite EJ Resource: Not fully environmental, but NPR’s Codeswitch podcast covers a wide variety of topics related to race and politics! 

 

Casey Bage

Casey Bage (he/him/his), Class of 2023

Casey grew up in Oak Park, CA. He graduated from Willamette University with a BA in politics and public policy. He also received his MBA from Willamette University AGSM with a focus on sustainability and marketing. Before beginning law school, he worked as an organizer and citizen outreach director with OSPIRG and Environment Oregon as well as an energy consultant/manager with solar energy companies including Teslas and Blue Raven Solar. As a law student, Casey volunteered his time with the Northwest Environmental Defense Center (NEDC) as an air and climate project manager and is a managing editor for Environmental Law Review. He was a law and policy clerk for the Green Energy Institute in the summer of 2021 and a law clerk for Earthrise in the summer of 2022. In his free time, you can find Casey hiking in Oregon forests, volunteering with political campaigns, and developing his green thumb growing produce in his garden. 

 

Devon Castorena

Devon Castorena (he/him/his), Class of 2023

Devon is a third-year law student at Lewis & Clark interested in the interconnectedness of environmental and human rights law. Originally from Southern California, he grew up in the eastern part of Los Angeles County, where he witnessed how exposure to pollution, such as contaminated tap water, unjustly depends on the socioeconomic status of a community. As a result, his career goal is to help impacted communities worldwide by working to improve environmental regulations and ensure enforcement is a priority, not a consideration. He graduated from UCLA with a major in History and a minor in Anthropology. When he finds spare time, Devon enjoys exploring the various districts of Portland, attending music shows, and enjoying the Pacific Northwest wilderness with his friends. 

Sedi Caine

Sedi Caine (they/them and she/her), Class of 2023

Sedi grew up in Northern California, where they lived until moving to the Pacific Northwest for law school. They received degrees in both Environmental Studies and Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2016. After graduation, they immediately began working with a nonprofit based in California to advocate for the remediation of contaminated sites throughout the state. Sedi has a passion for Environmental Justice and advocacy, which is what brought them to Lewis & Clark and SEED. After graduation, they hope to practice law in a capacity that allows them to help communities and people who might otherwise be unable to afford quality representation. When not working or studying for classes, Sedi enjoys spending time with their fiancĂ©, Angie, their dog Lil’ Meatball, and their roommates. 

 

Zoe Garrett

Zoe Garrett (they/them), Class of 2024

Originally from North Texas, Zoe came to Lewis & Clark interested in environmental law and public interest law. They joined SEED because they were interested in doing more projects which intersect environmental issues and different communities which are more heavily impacted. 

favorite EJ resource: The Indigenous Cusionology episode of the Ologies Podcast