RRNW BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2024 New Board Nominees

The RRNW board is a group of energetic and committed individuals, who are passionate about all things river restoration!

The following individuals are nominated for the 2024 RRNW Board of Directors

Tessa Artruc, Restoration Engineer, ICF, Seattle, WA

Nick Cook, Water Resources Engineer, Otak, Portland, OR

Ken Muir, Habitat Biologist, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Wenatchee, WA

 

2023-2024 Board of Directors

Board Members (left to right)

  • Nick Legg, Oregon
  • Mark Wilcox, Oregon
  • Annika Sullivan, Oregon, President
  • Judi Radloff, Washington, Vice President
  • Ellen McClure, Oregon, Treasurer
  • Lisa Remlinger, Washington
  • Tessa Artruc, Washington
  • Dominique Shore, Utah
  • Katie Jagt, Colorado
  • Nick Cook, Oregon
  • Ken Muir, Washington
  • Reid Camp, Idaho, Vice President of Programs
  • Not Shown: Erin McGowan, Montana

Board members are voted on at the RRNW annual members meeting at Skamania Lodge in February.

New Board Member Nominations

RRNW is always looking for new energetic, committed board members who are passionate about all things river restoration!

We are a working board and a collaborative group of professionals and community members engaged with the practice of river restoration. Each term is 4 years, which may seem long, but goes fast as each board member learns the various needs within our community. We encourage people to nominate themselves or someone they know who are committed to our mission. If you are interested, the nomination will begin in the fall of 2024.

If you have questions about this process, please reach out to president@rrnw.org. Thank you for your interest!

Call for New Board Members

RRNW is looking for new energetic, committed board members who are passionate about all things river restoration!

We are a working board and a collaborative group of professionals and community members engaged with the practice of river restoration. Each term is 4 years, which may seem long, but goes fast as each board member learns the various needs within our community. Our two biggest roles as a board are putting on our annual symposium and supporting outreach activities among river restoration practitioners. For this next cohort of board members, we are especially looking for applicants that have experience or interest in community organizing and finance operations.

We encourage people to nominate themselves or someone they know who are committed to our mission. If you are interested, the nomination will be opening on October 31st and closing on December 1, 2023.

If you have questions about this process, please reach out to president@rrnw.org. Thank you for your interest!

A note for those considering nomination: Studies have shown that often women, indigenous, black, people of color, and non-binary people are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every single one of the qualifications as described in a job description. As a board, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization in support of the mission of RRNW, and are interested in recruiting board members who are aligned with this goal. We strongly encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of the qualifications described.   

The River Restoration Northwest board is a collaborative group of professionals and community members engaged with the practice of river restoration. A board term is 4 years. As a group, the board is responsible for the operations of River Restoration Northwest, coordinating the annual symposium, and supporting outreach activities among river restoration practitioners. We encourage people to nominate themselves or someone they know who are committed to the mission of the organization, and who have experience with one or more of the following: communications, operations, technical and program content, equity and inclusion in ecological systems, membership, and outreach, event planning. Call for 2024 board members will be open in late 2023.

If you have questions about this process, please reach out to president@rrnw.org. Thank you for your interest!