Administration & Development Director
Carrie Tully is a graduate student in the Environment & Community program at HSU. Motivated by her own complex life experiences, she strives to build stronger relationships with her human and more-than-human community. In her downtime you can find her at the beach with her daughter and their dog, Indi. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EcoNews Coordinator & Journalist
A resident of Eureka since 2017, Caroline Griffith is an avid public meeting attendee and can often be found at City Council and Board of Supervisors meetings. When asked as a kid what she thought she might be when she was 35, her response was “environmental something”. That prediction was fairly accurate, as environmentalism has been a factor in much of the political work that she has done.
She is excited to highlight the intersections of environmentalism and social justice that are happening in Humboldt County. Email: email@example.com
Chelsea Pulliam moved to the North Coast in 2011 and graduated from H.S.U. with a degree in Environmental Management & Protection in 2015. Her time in Humboldt has cultivated a deep love for California’s unique landscapes, and a passion for ecological sustainability. She has worked for several environmental nonprofits allowing her to channel her passion of connecting the community to sustainable living. Chelsea is honored to be part of the Northcoast Environmental Center team, and hopes to contribute to their mission to conserve, protect, and celebrate ecosystems of the Northcoast.
Casey Cruikshank graduated from Humboldt State University with a degree in Recreation Administration and an emphasis in Eco-Tourism. She is an avid scuba diver and her life has revolved around the ocean and its inhabitants for as long as she can remember. She has over 70 houseplants and absolutely loves gardening. A lot of her spare time is spent on her NorCal Beach Clean project—hosting frequent public beach clean events questing for marine plastic removal and inter-tidal education (announcements are made on on instagram @norcalbeachclean if you’d like to participate). She absolutely loves Humboldt and is excited to be working with a group of people who dedicate their lives to understanding, conserving and protecting our local ecosystems.
Brittany Kleinschnitz is currently a Social Work Masters student at HSU. As a Naturalist and photographer with a background in natural resources, wildlife, and ecology, Brittany is interested in exploring the intersections between ecospirituality, art, and environmental and social justice. Interests beyond school and work include tarot reading, yoga practice, beach-going, and cooking. Brittany is humbled in collaborating with the NEC team and assisting with projects and operations that serve the local Humboldt waters, lands, and community.
Coastal Program Intern: Fall 2019 - Spring 2020
Hi! My name is Ivy and I am a Wildlife major at Humboldt State University. I grew up in Santa Cruz, CA and welcome the opportunity to explore some of the issues facing other stretches of our state’s coastline. I am passionate about coastal ecosystems and am excited to help the NEC protect them!