Michael J. Herz
Michael J. Herz, Founder, San Francisco Baykeeper.
"A research scientist and environmental activist for more than 30 years, Mike was an associate professor in residence at the University of California at San Francisco & has published numerous books and papers on the effects of toxics on the brain & behavior. He co-founded and was Executive Director of the San Francisco chapter of the Oceanic Society & Executive Vice President of the national organization. He was a member of the Alaska Oil Spill Commission following the Exxon Valdez oil spill & has served on numerous technical review committees for the National Research Council, Department of Interior & State of California. He is past-President of the Sheepscot Valley Conservation Association, a Maine land trust that also protects endangered Atlantic salmon, a current board member of Maine Rivers & the Putney School & a former commodore of the Singlehanded Sailing Society. Mike received a Master's degree from San Francisco State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California." 
- Director, Friends of the Earth-US
Resources and articles
- Directors, Friends of the Earth-US, accessed September 13, 2010.