Aleta George is the open space reporter for Bay Area Monitor, a publication for the League of Women Voters. She feels that being a member of the coalition will help keep her informed about issues and help her find stories about getting youth outdoors.
Daniela Milan would like to learn more about opportunities to learn and support the mission and vision of the organization to ensure that the outdoors are inclusive, equitable and diverse.
Debra Fliehmann is a certified Forest Therapy Guide, leading people on guided forest bathing experiences. It is her passion to connect (reconnect) us back to nature.
Larisa Crippen Chavez is a passionate community member seeking to support the environmental movement as a freelancer.
Laura Albers has 30 years of experience in teaching - 11 in environmental and outdoor education - and 15 in nonprofit management. Being raised in the Bay Area, Laura has seen the benefits of diverse communities and is committed to pursuing access to program design in our wild places for all people.
Patrick Phelan lives in Berkeley and works on bike/ped and green infrastructure projects for the City of Richmond. He loves riding bikes, hiking, bird watching, and enjoying the outdoors.
Rich City Rides supports bicycle riding as a healthy physical activity and transportation mode for all. From a social and economic justice perspective we advocate for the diverse bicycle communities that are often overlooked and neglected by mainstream transportation organizations, infrastructures, and their resources--including financial.
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland Center for Nature and Health addresses health disparities through innovative clinical research and clinical programs in nature.