Ali Trout, Crew Supervisor
I grew up in Long Beach, CA and now I proudly live in Washington. I received a degree in environmental studies and GIS certification from the University of Pittsburgh. During my free time I like to bike, run, hike, and pretty much do anything outside. Fun fact, I love donkeys and want to have one or seven someday.
Chris Rodriguez, Assistant Supervisor
My name is Christopher Rodriguez and I was born and raised in NYC. I fell in love with Washington after visiting here in 2002 after finishing my enlistment with the United States Marine Corps. I earned my B.A. in psychology and in 2005, a teaching certificate from the University of Washington. On my free time, I enjoy fishing with my wife and 3 kids.
Shawn Cowley, 2nd year Corps Member
The name is Shawn Cowley, born and raised in good ole Texas. I moved up here two years ago straight out of high school and couldn’t be happier. I love running and bow hunting. I spend my days watching several different shows, exercising when I don’t feel lazy, or dreaming of that summer Texas sun. I adore the rain and occasionally lay in it. Washington has grown on me and has now become home. Jasmine green tea is my weakness, and Paula Dean is amazing.
Alex Frederick, 2nd year Corps Member
My name is Alex and I have been with the Washington Conservation Corps for 4 months. I went to Highline College and plan on going back to school next year to pursue an environmental science degree.
Kelli Sheldon, Corps Member
My name is Kelli and this is my first year working for the Washington Conservation Corps. I just graduated in June of 2015 from Western Washington University with a degree in Environmental Science. I was born and raised in Washington and I am very excited to be working for the WCC and the Snohomish Conservation District!
Tommy Torrel, Corps Member
I just graduated high school at Mount Vernon Christian in the class of 2015. I still don't know what I want to do in life, but I do enjoy being outside and physical labor. One more thing about me is that a friend of mine and I aspire to own the top bacon restaurant in the country one day. Or move to New Zealand.