Position: Executive Director, Fiscal Sponsorship & Stewardship Coordinator
Kirk has an MBA in Sustainable Business from Bainbridge Graduate Institute and a background in conflict management. Kirk, his wife and two sons live in Corvallis. He enjoys refereeing soccer and coaching wrestling, and also playing soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, and surfing. His favorite thing is to row his family down wild and scenic rivers throughout the West.
Position: Fiscal Manager
Molly Davis is the Fiscal Manager at CPRCD and has over 15 years of experience in accounting. She grew up on a grass seed farm in Monroe, Molly now lives on small farm in Scio along the North Santiam River with her husband and two kids where they raise cattle and horses. She enjoys working with horses and barrel racing. She competes in rodeos and barrel races throughout the Northwest.
Position: Forest Stewardship, Grants & Contracts
Connie joined the CPRC&D team in 2014, where she brings several years of natural resource education, communications, public relations and non-profit management support experience to the organization. Connie grew up in Arizona, and received an BS in Land Use Planning from Northern Arizona University and a Master's in Natural Resource Education, Interpretation and Communication from the OSU College of Forestry. She worked as a planner in Arizona for six years then moved to Oregon to switch careers to outdoor education. She has 20 years experience with other non-profits including Outdoor School and Summer Camps with OMSI, and as Education Director for both Chintimini Wildlife Center and the Corvallis Environmental Center. In her free time, Connie enjoys hiking, gardening, and spending time with her husband and two boys skiing, mountain biking and playing baseball.
Position: Staff Accountant
Allie McCombs has a Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University and has worked in accounting since graduating. She is committed to fostering a more sustainable future for generations to come. Her family operates a small fruit tree farm in Monroe where she often goes to unwind and enjoy the delicious pears.
Position: WIN Coordinator
Troy joined the Cascade Pacific team in 2019 as the Coordinator for Western Invasives Network. He has a BS in Rangeland Science from Oregon State University and lives in Garibaldi with his wife and two daughters. Now specializing in the development and implementation of watershed scale invasives projects, Troy has spent most of his career in public service having worked on 5 national forests for the US Forest Service and as a county weeds program coordinator with some government contracting and university research sprinkled in between. Troy grew up in the Pacific Northwest and still loves nothing more than to explore everything it has to offer with his family. When not working, he likes building legos with his girls, fly fishing, kayaking, expedition rafting, flying his stunt kites and listening to baseball on the radio. Troy is also a multi-award winning photographer with an affinity for 35mm film.