Dishman Hills Conservancy has elected its 2021 Board of Directors, welcoming two new members to the Board!
Chris Bieker studied natural resources at the University of Montana and made a career working for the Forest Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Farm Service Agency. Chris is excited to join the Board and help preserve the Hills as a home for native plant and animal species, as well as a space for outdoor recreation.
Lynn Briggs, Ph.D., is a professor of English at Eastern Washington University who brings experience in leadership positions and developing programs to strengthen organizations. She also. has experience serving on other local Boards, and is excited to help DHC grow.
In addition, Jon Isacoff, Ph.D., was elected Vice President and Chris Bieker has taken over as Secretary.
If you would like to get involved with DHC’s Board of Directors, the best way to get started is to join a Committee. We have strong, volunteer-led committees that focus on education and stewardship.
To learn more about the Education Committee, contact George Stratman at Education@DishmanHills.org. To learn more about the Stewardship Committee, contact Guy Gifford at Stewardship@DishmanHills.org.
Lynn Briggs, Ph.D.
Jon Isacoff, Ph.D.