We are an ambitious bunch. Scientists and storytellers, inventors and analysts, technologists, tinkerers, bushwhackers, and big thinkers. We make maps and software apps, manage forests and investment funds, connect local farmers and fishermen with local eaters. And we convene communities around ideas that matter. Learn more about our team here, and find opportunities to work with us.
Deutschland-raised. Chesapeake Bay-nurtured. Enamored of the multifaceted cultures and geographies of the world, with a heart’s beat that found its rhythm most in sync with the Pacific Northwest’s. An aquaphile, herbalist, and avid dragonfly-spectator. Delights in the harvest of fallen moondrops, and loves the wild in people, cities, and woods alike.
Event Logistics Coordinator
WWRI & Special Projects Manager
Helping communities restore their home streams for salmon and people. Native plant aficionado, bike enthusiast, tree advocate, urban explorer, and amateur historian on the side.
Lover of screen printing, transparency, repetition, gift economies, cats, fluorescent ink, cooperative ownership, collective management, foraging, Negri & Hardt, sharing meals, in-between spaces, print publications, and the right to useful unemployment (thank you Ivan Illich). Valley girl.
Vice President, Forests and Ecosystem Services
Forestry Program Manager
Special Projects & Development Manager
A believer in the inter-connectedness of things, from garden ecosystems to global trade policies. Actively working to embrace difference. Real solutions arise from coming together, listening, and learning — and not at the expense of real people or precious places. Volunteer doula, third-generation hand-knitter, RPCV, and defender of the Oxford comma.
Communications & Outreach Coordinator
Wordsmith. Bibliophile. Chocolate connoisseur and ardent billiards competitor. Adventure-seeker, Cancerian, and waterbaby; likely to participate in perilous activities involving water and the moon.
Vice President, Engagement
Once upon a time everyone who received computer games for Christmas were forced to be IT guys the next day to play them. Chris turned that misspent youth of editing config.sys and autoexec.bat files into the IT professional you have today. He still has a soft spot for extended memory.
Director of Investment Strategy
Director of Events
Chief Financial Officer / Chief Operating Officer
Geographer. I collect data, analyze data, and make maps. Native Montanan who thrives in the great outdoors, loves travel, adventure, and a little chaos. You might find me mountain biking, skiing, road tripping, or drinking a large cup of strong coffee somewhere between here and there.
Director of Spatial Analysis
Father, musician, secret admirer, unicorn whisperer and builder of things you click on (like this website).
Introduced a clan of Mormons to the forbidden knowledge of how to play the opening keyboard line of Enola Gay.
Strategic investor, grateful digester; conscious wanderer, conscientious wonderer; writer, river guide, naturalist, aspiring surfer; likes well-managed risk, critters great and small, faraway lightning, and imagining that we might maintain the richness of the world while actually living in it.
Vice President, Food & Farms
Food & Farms Coordinator
Donor Care and Information Manager
Data manager for all things development and Edible Portland. Quiet observer. Strong advocate. Obsessed with airplanes. Dreams of living in a tiny house, in the forest, by a river with a rescued foxhound.
Donor Relations Manager
Project Coordinator & Indigenous Resilience Fellow
Food & Farms Director
Event and Sales Coordinator
Whole Watershed Restoration Initiative Assistant
SoCal transplant, committed lifelong Pacific Northwesterner. Likes: Portland’s cinema, large bodies of water, and talking to myself. Prefers cats over dogs, wine over beer, cake over pie.