Tasha Murray, B.Sc, M.S.T.
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Tasha holds a B.Sc. (Ecology & Environmental Biology) from Thompson River University and a M.S.T. (Masters of Science in Teaching) from Portland State University. Her research involved the assessment of student learning, environmental education programs and science curricula, using a diversity of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Tasha has been involved in conservation in the Pacific Northwest for over fifteen years and has worked extensively to manage invasive plants. She previously worked as the coordinator of the Vancouver Aquarium's River Works program, an aquatic stewardship initiative focused on volunteer-based restoration projects. She has worked for the ISCMV since 2008. As the Executive Director she is currently leading the ISCMV team. Her passions at the ISCMV are the outreach & education program and running behind-the-scenes of the society.
She lives in Burnaby with her family on a small acerage with a large garden, chickens and plenty of invasive plants to tackle. Tasha also volunteers at local schools, Girl Guides of Canada and BlockWatch.
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Graham has been with the ISCMV since the spring of 2014. He is currently managing the field crew, and is responsible for the organization’s data management systems. Growing up in the Lower Mainland, Graham has developed a strong connection to BC’s forests and coastlines from his time hiking and camping throughout the province. He is passionate about ecological sustainability, and recently completed a Bachelor of Science in Applied Biology at SFU. Outside of work, Graham enjoys fishing the local creeks, camping, cycling, and baking.