Our Valuable Staff Members
The executive director is responsible for overseeing the daily operations, watershed management activities and general management of the organization.
Anne has an extensive background in environmental land use planning, natural resource assessment and preservation, stormwater and watershed management, and environmental ordinance development.
She received her bachelor’s degree in Horticulture and a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Wetland Ecology from Michigan State University and is near completion of a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Eastern Michigan University.
As Watershed Planner she works in coordination with the Executive Director to support CRWC’s WaterTowns blue way vision and the council’s efforts to promote Green Infrastructure for the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair.
As the watershed ecologist, Matt is responsible for the coordination of the organization’s technical needs through data collection, ecology, and field research. He manages CRWC’s Ecological Application and Assessment Program, coordinates Clinton River Coldwater Conservation Projects, and assists with Adopt-A-Stream research data and training.
In his free time, Matt enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, and overall spending time outdoors.