Meet Supervising Open Space Technicians, Megan Robinson and Andres Campusano! Learn how these two work to protect the natural and working landscapes of Santa Clara Valley, as well as their efforts to make everyone feel welcome at Open Space Authority preserves.
Teri Rogoway just reached her fifteenth year at the Authority but getting here was never a straight path. How did she end up here? Well, “It all started with a rattlesnake.”
“The way I describe it is being responsible for the people, the systems, and the facility that will help everyone get their job done well.”
Elizabeth Loretto, Human Resources Officer at the Authority, never knew what she wanted to do with her career, but she knew she wanted to be a part of something larger than herself. Her mom worked at small, community and mission-based organization, and both of her parents spent much of their time volunteering in the community. “I always saw myself in that kind of role.”
Linda Kwong, Real Property Program Manager at the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority, serves a purpose critical for any kind of large-scale conservation effort -- “I buy property,” Linda puts it simply.
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- Staff Spotlight - Meet Megan Robinson and Andres Campusano
- Snakes of the Sssssouth Bay
- Wild About Wildlife Restoration
- Popular Pumpkin Patch Moves to Open Space Authority Farmlands
- Sneak Peek: Planning a New Preserve
- Mountain Lions: It's Not Easy being King
- Unsung Heifers of the Open Space Authority
- A Guide to Keeping Wildlife (and Yourself) Safe
- Local Second Graders Restore Riparian Habitat