Operating at the Intersection of People, Place & Meaning

 

I grew up skipping rocks from the bank of a tributary to the Mississippi river at our Missouri family farm, and have kayaked whitewater for over 17 years. I’m driven to strengthen watersheds and the health of the communities who call them home. Nearly 21 years of experience coordinating complex projects, 16 of which in the nonprofit sector, and significant experience working in recreation, education, collaboration, program management, marketing, outreach and advocacy have equipped me with the tools to work collaboratively with others on landscapes and watersheds throughout the country.

All photography by Clinton Begley

 
 

ETHOS

Building connections is my objective. Leveraging resources together collaboratively is my method. Separating interests from positions towards sustainable landscapes and livelihoods is my goal. The guiding reticulation of values shaped by knowledge & extensive experience in connection with nature is my ethos.

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CONNECTIONS

In a world that increasingly values screens as much as scenes, organizations must be creative in inspiring and propelling their mission through novel mediums to make meaningful stakeholder impacts. The mechanisms are always in flux, but the motivation is the same; I believe in telling an honest story that people want to be a part of. 
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