Marcie serves as Executive Director and landscape ecologist for MSI. She has a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from University of Washington with a specialty in learning landscapes and community restoration.
Page contributes her background in writing and communications to MSI.
Dr. Cowie received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado specializing in the processes controlling hydrologic fluxes in natural and human altered mountain regions around the world.
Matt assists with fieldwork, GIS/cartography support and data management for MSI’s forest health monitoring programs.
As Development & Grants Manager Tiffany works to expand our funding sources, so we can continue to grow our programs!
Anthony is a Jack-of-all-trades for Mountain Studies Institute; from field work, to project management, to GIS analysis.
Aaron manages programs and organizes community involvement in mountain science.
Amanda leads MSI’s programs for community engagement and citizen science and is an expert botanist.
Jeremy works to engage the public in the science that MSI conducts. This means working with schools, providing opportunities for volunteers and citizen scientists, and organizing community events and talks.
Carolyn enjoys mountains, rivers, lakes AND numbers and loves connecting them at MSI to help our communities thrive.
Scott contributes his expertise in aquatic ecology, landscape ecology, and spatial analysis to MSI.
Laurel helps with education programs, data collection, data entry, and everything in between.
As Outreach Coordinator for MSI, Priscilla is responsible for outreach, engaging volunteers, and overseeing the newly established Silverton Science Center and promoting outreach events.
PAST EMPLOYEES- WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
MSI AT WORK AND PLAY...