The CRWC Board of Directors is proud to welcome their newest Member, Alix Soliman. Originally from Illinois, Alix earned her B.A. in environmental studies concentrated in international law and policy from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR. Passionate about effective science communication and community building, Alix works as the Communications & Outreach Coordinator at the Santa Lucia Conservancy where she oversees the Environmental Education Program, develops online and print resources, hosts naturalist events, builds partnerships, and manages digital media platforms. She comes to CRWC with over 7 years of experience in writing for, editing, and designing various newspapers, law school magazines, nonprofit websites and blogs. Dedicated to watershed conservation and fisheries management, she has studied fisheries policy and advocated for lower Snake River Dam removal to preserve salmon and steelhead runs in the Pacific Northwest. When she’s not working or volunteering, Alix can be found rock climbing, skiing, hiking, doing yoga, and reading.
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