Jodie Delavan

Photo of Jodie Delavan, USFWS employee in front of field at sunset
Public Affairs Officer, Ecological Services - Oregon

2600 SE 98th Ave
Suite 100
Portland, OR 97266
United States

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About Jodie Delavan

I began my U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service career at the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office in 2001 as an Administrative Assistant for the Endangered Species Program. I pursued two Master’s Degrees in Public Administration and Biology while employed as a fish and wildlife biologist in what is now known as the Service’s Pathways Program. I continued working as a biologist on species and landscape-level conservation throughout Oregon. In 2016, I joined the External Affairs team in the Pacific Region to support the communications needs of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office and its field offices.

Areas of expertise
Endangered Species Act
External Affairs

From The Library

Frequently Asked Questions: Proposed Rule to List Sand Dune Phacelia as Threatened with Critical Habitat and a 4(d) Rule

This document contains frequently asked questions and answers related the the proposed rule to list sand dune phacelia as threatened with critical habitat and a 4(d) rule. This proposal was announced March 21, 2022 and published in the Federal Register on March 22, 2022.