Our board is a working board, and they participate in all our programs as well as in fund raising and outreach. If you are interested in participating on our board, contact us here.
Lee Chavez, President
Lee has worked for the US Forest Service for many years as a professional hydrologist and is our go-to person for all things in streams. She is an active educator working with us at the Outdoor Classroom, and participates in our spawning surveys and smolt count. Lee is also is an active Island County Beach Watcher, and Audubon member.
Robert Gentz, Treasurer
Bob is great resource for us, keeping track of bookeeping and finances. He also participates in our restoration and research projects, and raises many trees in his backyard. He is a Beach Watcher, a former Whidbey Audubon board member, and Goosefoot board member to name a few of his contributions to our island community.
Marie Bergstrom, Secretary
Marie is a retired elementary school teacher, recently having moved with her husband to Whidbey Island from Federal Way. She is originally from the East coast but has lived many places including Asia and Africa. Her interest in WWS is teaching at the Outdoor Education Center.
Candace Jordan, Board Member
Candace is our longest serving board member, is a Realtor with Keller Williams, volunteered for years with the Whidbey Island Garden Tour, and is now president of the Goosefoot board.
John Lee, Board Member
John has managed a small forest on Whidbey for many years, and is active in South Whidbey Tilth and Native Plant Stewards. He was instrumental in saving the Old Clinton Creek property for nature conservancy, and joined the WWS Board when that property was entrusted to us.
Ted Ravetz, Board Member
Wendy Visconty, Board Member
In addition to our board, we maintain contacts in the community that have helped us over the years. These generous people come to our aid when we need advice or a helping hand.
Linda Ade Ridder
Mary Jo Sievers
Mary Jo Sievers