Amira Streeter is a Director with Kearns & West and brings a breadth of knowledge and experience in complex, consensus-seeking public policy processes. A lawyer by education and training, Amira has built a government affairs career working with both private and public entities on projects involving strategic planning and legislative engagement. Her work is focused on environmental and natural resources issues, including land use, agriculture, wildlife management, environmental justice, water, energy, transportation, and climate. She primarily works on projects that require facilitation, conflict resolution, policy management, and large-scale stakeholder engagement where she instills collaborative, equity-focused, and process-based strategies. Amira earned her Bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Skidmore College and law degree and Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources law from Lewis & Clark, Northwestern School of Law.