Olivia Miller Program Director

Olivia grew up in the heart of the Monongahela National Forest in Hendricks, West Virginia, where she developed a deep appreciation for and connection to nature. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with a minor in women’s and gender studies from West Virginia University. Olivia’s journey as an activist began on WVU’s campus where she organized groups to campaign for environmental justice and reproductive rights. Her motivation is deeply rooted in the desire to share how the health and welfare of nature are interconnected with our own and to work for a healthy and livable future for all in the Mountain State.

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Crys Bauer Membership and Operations Director

Crys is an environmental and administrative professional with a passion for protecting West Virginia’s natural resources and promoting sustainable revitalization within local communities. With her 16 years of operational experience, as well as a Master of Science degree in Environmental Policy and Management, Crys is a unique asset in our mission of preserving West Virginia for future generations. When Crys is not at work, you can find her hard at play in the mountains, either kayaking, climbing, or mountain biking.

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