EarthFix Sr. Manager of Community Engagement
Toni Tabora-Roberts is the Sr. Manager of Community Engagement for EarthFix, the environmental news partnership led by OPB
Encompassing a wide range of experience, Toni has worked at the nexus of community, media and the arts. At Young Audiences and KBOO Community Radio, she led outreach and engagement efforts. She was Media Fund Director at Center for Asian American Media, overseeing granting programs and producer resources. She’s been a contributing writer to The Asian Reporter and a radio producer/host with APA Compass collective and KBOO.
Toni has a B.A. in Fine Arts from Syracuse University. Off hours you might find Toni bouncing around the Portland media, arts and improv scenes or exploring Northwest landscapes, food and rummage sales with her sweet kid and hubby.
The wolf known as OR-7 was the first wolf to be documented in the Cascades. According to a new report from Oregon Fish and Wildlife, a second single wolf was documented near Oregon's Mount Hood in December.
EarthTechling reports Seattle's Bullitt Center can now officially say it's the greenest building in the world.
If urbanites’ behavior is any indication, American workers' commutes are changing. A new transportation study of the biggest U.S. urban areas shows a decline in driving and an increase in biking to work.
A small Northwest compost company is one of four finalists vying for a free 30-second Super Bowl ad.
As the feds consider delisting the gray wolf under the Endangered Species Act, a study by California’s Department of Fish and Wildlife decides the gray wolf does not need protection in the state.
SeattlePI.com reports that Washington's four Catholic bishops have released a statement calling for “exhaustive and independent review” of the state's two coal export terminals under consideration.