Paul De Morgan

Paul De Morgan

Paul De Morgan

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Position or Title Senior Mediator

Professional Biography Paul De Morgan, Senior Mediator with RESOLVE, has over 17 years of experience facilitating and mediating multi-party, consensus-oriented policy dialogues and site-specific dispute-resolution processes. His work has focused on issues related to natural resource management, with a recent emphasis on energy projects (hydro relicensing, transmission, LNG) and on species conservation and management. He has also worked on projects addressing issues in biotechnology and trends in agriculture. Mr. De Morgan has facilitated a wide range of processes, including site-specific consensus building efforts, Federal Advisory Committees, national policy dialogues, public workshops, and strategic planning processes. He integrates collaborative technologies into each of his projects whenever possible. Mr. De Morgan graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in economics and received his Masters in Natural Resource Policy from the University of Michigan, where he wrote his thesis on environmental dispute settlement.

Address Line 1 1980 N 1475 E

City North Logan

State Utah

Zip 84341

Phone (435) 750-7075

Fax (435) 750-8996

Small Business No

GSA Schedule Provider Yes

Federal Employee No

Native Dispute Resolution Network No

Total Cases Last 10 Years 60

ECR Services Provided

Process DesignAlaska Clean Energy Campaign Assessment and Transition2010
Facilitation of Collaboration or Conflict Resolution EffortMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Strategic Planning for Collaboration or Conflict Resolution EffortContinental Dialogue on Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2006
Conflict/Situation AssessmentBLM Western Oregon Plan Revision Situation Assessment2005
Mediation/Assisted NegotiationClackamas Hydro Project Relicensing2004
Public Engagement/Public InputMarine Life Protection Act Implementation2002
Joint Fact Finding/Neutral EvaluationMt Hood NF Recreation Stakeholder Assessment2002
Regulatory NegotiationsNational Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology u2013 Endocrine Disruptor Methods Validation Subcommittee2001
Policy DialoguesNat'l Policy Dialogue on Ecostystem Mgmt.1996

Case Experience by Subject Matter

FisheriesColumbia River Fishery Workgroup2012
Ecosystem ManagementMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Endangered Species and/or Critical HabitatMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Watershed Management and/or PlanningMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Energy Issues (Including Transmission, u00a0Development and Conservation Issues)Ruby Pipeline Workshop and Conservation Agreement Workgroups2009
Facility SitingOregon LNG Interagency Group2008
Wildlife IssuesWDFW Wolf Working Group2007
OceansMinerals Management Serviceu2019s Decommissioning Offshore Platforms and Pipelines: Environmental Studies Workshop2003
Forest and Timber IssuesMt Hood NF Recreation Stakeholder Assessment2002
Transportation Planning/Program ImplementationStatewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Collaborative Process2002
Coastal Zone and/or Marine Management IssuesWillamette/Lower Columbia River Technical Recovery Team2002
Agricultural issuesAdvisory Committee on Agricultural Biotechnology2000

Type of Public Decision

RulemakingColumbia River Fishery Workgroup2012
Siting and ConstructionRuby Pipeline Workshop and Conservation Agreement Workgroups2009
License and permit issuanceOregon LNG Interagency Group2008
PlanningWDFW Wolf Working Group2007
Implementation/monitoring agreementsClackamas Hydro Project Relicensing2004
Policy developmentEndocrine Disruptor Screening Testing Adv. Committ1996

Case Size

Cases involving more than 3 but less than 15 participantsColumbia River Fishery Workgroup2012
Cases involving u00a03 or fewer participantsStrategic Planning for Rhode Island Chapter of The Nature Conservancy2011
Cases involving more than 60 participantsMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Cases involving 15 to 60 participantsClackamas Hydro Project Relicensing2004

Case Jurisdiction/Scale

IntergovernmentalColumbia River Fishery Workgroup2012
Local/communityMountain Transportation Study u2013 Technical Stakeholder Committee2012
InternationalLow Dose Effects and Non-monotonic Dose Responses for Endocrine Active Chemicals: Science to Practice Workshop2012
InteragencyStrategic Planning for FDAu2019s Center for Tobacco Products2011
Tribal governmentMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
National or regionally significant casesMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Large landscape scaleMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
StateWDFW Wolf Working Group2007
Multi-jurisdictionalCalifornia Energy Commission Wind Wildlife Guidelines2006

Process Support Services

Meeting Support
Support ServiceCaseYear
Engagement of technical experts/third party science advisorsMissouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Logistical and administrative support (organizing logistics for meetings, notetaking, etc.)Continental Dialogue on Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2006
Experience in a team of multiple ECR ProfessionalsPew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology2001
Collaborative Technologies
Collaborative TechnologyCaseYear
Engagement/Communication Tools (e.g., polling tools, social media, collaborative document production, video conferencing, webinars, ideation tools)Low Dose Effects and Non-monotonic Dose Responses for Endocrine Active Chemicals: Science to Practice Workshop2012
Evaluation and Monitoring Tools (e.g., electronic survey tools, dashboards)Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Implementation Tools (e.g., content management tools, project management tools)Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee2009
Project Websites (static, interactive, portals, etc.)Continental Dialogue on Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases2006

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