Joyce E. Britt, J.D. (retired)
Graduated from Emory University and Vanderbilt University, J.D., Law Review; Ret. Special Trial Attorney, Chief Counsel's Office, IRS; Board member Mill Valley StreamKeepers
Professor at Merritt College Environmental Services and San Francisco Art Institute; Ecological Designer, Dig Cooperative Design, engineer and construction management of ecological water systems; Living Structures Education; Specialties: Ecological Sanitation, Integrated water systems, Regenerative Design, Natural Building, Green Building, Graywater Recycling and Permaculture, Restoration of degraded land, Permaculture Education
Laura Chariton, M.A.
M.A. Riparian Policy and Restoration Sonoma State University, Permaculture Certificate, Member Sierra Club Executive Committee Marin and Federal Lands Committee Bay Chapter, served Mill Valley StreamKeepers Board member
Environmental Advocate, Sierra Club Executive Committee Marin, Sierra Club Bay Chapter Water and Federal Lands Committee
Elected official Las Gallinas Sanitary District Board, B.S. Zoology U.C. Berkeley, Board member Gallinas Watershed Council, Miller Creek Stewards, Homeopath, Co-Author of Birds: Homeopathic Remedies from the Avian Realm and The Trituration Handbook.
Founded "Limits to Growth and Sustainability", Assistant to three Canadian Ministers of the Environment; Political, communications and education advisor to George Soros, Open Society Foundations in 70 countries and the Club of Rome.
Riparian Restorationist, Environmental Advocate, 350.org
Betsy Bikle, M.A.
President Mill Valley StreamKeepers, M.L.A. Landscape Architecture
Doug Karpa, Ph.D. and J.D.
Environmental Law Attorney, Legal Program Director Turtle Island Restoration Network; Karpa Land Use & Natural Resources Law, Holland & Knight LLP, Bingham McCutchen.
Cynthia Koehler, J.D.
Environmental Attorney, Elected Board member Marin Municipal Water District, Executive Director and Co-Founder "Water Now"
Rachel Koss, J.D.
Todd Steiner, M.S.
M.S. Biology, Executive Director, Salmon Protection and Watershed Network and Turtle Island Restoration Network
Chairperson Marin County Surfrider Foundation, former Stinson Beach County Water District President, B.A. Community Studies and Educational Psychology, National Park Service ranger and head lifeguard Stinson Beach, Muir Beach Association water committee chair.
Citizen's Climate Change Lobby advocate: former Watershed Alliance of Marin steering committee; M.A. Community Health Nursing
Stanford University; served as chair San Francisco Parks Alliance; graduate of the master class 39 Environmental Forum of Marin.
Co-Founder, Tomales Bay Watershed Council
We are very grateful to the foundations, non-profits and individuals that have made our work possible and our anonymous and generous donor who helped start our organization:
Marin County Fish and Wildlife Commission
California Alpine Club Foundation