Judy is integral in the finance management and function of MSI. She does the books or helps out with 6 other non-profits, including volunteer time working various fundraisers.
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.
As Director of Development and Engagement, Lisa spearheads fundraising efforts and builds community connections through outreach.
Page contributes her background in writing and communications to MSI. She received her B.A. in Environmental Journalism and Spanish from Western Washington University and a Masters of Fine Arts in nonfiction writing from the University of Arizona.
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.
Anthony is a Jack-of-all-trades for Mountain Studies Institute; from field work, to project management, 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.
As an Americorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America), Jeremy works to unite our mountain communities by developing the Bridging Mountains Network.
Scott contributes his expertise in aquatic ecology, landscape ecology, and spatial analysis to MSI.
As Outreach Coordinator for MSI, Priscilla is responsible for outreach, engaging volunteers, and overseeing the newly established Silverton Science Center and promoting outreach events.