Todd

Todd Buchholz  –  Growing up along the banks of the Columbia River, Todd’s love of rivers, estuaries and oceans led to a 38 year career as a fish biologist with several Federal agencies, past President of the Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society and lastly a bureaucrat with Coos Bay District BLM. Todd became a Surfrider in 2010 despite not being a surfer. Todd believes that this Chapter is a catalyst for real and positive change in our community, starting with making the place a little nicer by picking up the trash.

JeanJean Cassidy  –  Jean’s bio goes here.

 

 

GloriaGloria Clary  –  Gloria’s bio goes here.

 

 

ChristalChristal Kralicek  –  Christal’s bio goes here.

 

 

 

HeatherHeather Porter  –  Heather’s bio goes here.

 

 

 

AlissaAlissa Pruess  –  Alissa’s bio goes here.

 

 

ElizabethElizabeth Roberts  –  As a passionate advocate for clean oceans and coastal stewardship, I spend much of my free time hiking and exploring Oregon’s beautiful coastline and watersheds. Over the years I have participated in large scale marine debris removal projects and research expeditions in both the Gulf of Alaska and the Gulf of Maine. As an artist, I use marine debris to create art that inspires awareness about plastic pollution and how single use plastic and our consumer choices are impacting our oceans fragile ecosystems.

 

IanIan Rodger  – Ian’s bio goes here.

 

 

AldenAlden Wolfe  –  I’ve been involved with Surfrider since I first moved to the Oregon Coast 20 years ago. I appreciate the mission of the organization and the people involved. Stoked to be a part of the team.

 

 

KellyKelly Wolfe  –  I have always been inspired by the people and mission behind Surfrider Foundation. Our rugged and beautiful coastline are a huge part of why my family and I love living in Coos Bay. Stoked to help promote our beaches and ocean and get our community of all ages involved.