Marina Lundy

Voter Outreach Specialist




As a Voter Outreach Specialist, Marina helps advocate for conservation champions during elections by texting and engaging in conversations with voters and members of the public in order to defend Idaho’s public lands, and promote clean energy and water throughout our wonderful state.

My story

I am a conservation voter because I want to be a part of preserving and protecting all of the beautiful places in our state that grew my love for the outdoors. I hope to ensure that what I fell in love with in Idaho is here for future generations as well.

I grew up in Coeur d’ Alene Idaho where my love for the outdoors was fostered. There was always an outdoor adventure to embark on regardless of the season. My family and I were always backpacking, skiing, hiking, swimming, or riding our bikes and this grew my appreciation for the outdoors. In Coeur d’ Alene I was especially lucky to have access to some of the most beautiful places just outside my front door.

I have since moved to Boise to attend Boise State University, where I am completing a Bachelors in Environmental Studies with a minor in Urban Development and working on my accelerated Masters in Public Administration. This program has made me appreciate the various unique ecosystems that Idaho has to offer and has encouraged me to seek new roles in which to help preserve and protect them.

I am passionate about connecting with the people in my community on conservation topics that are important to me and my fellow Idahoans.


  • Boise State University: Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Studies


Skiing, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, camping, cycling, swimming, paddleboarding, kayaking, fly fishing, reading, and crafting. You can pretty much always find me and my dog out on an adventure!