Families in Nature Board of Directors
Monica Lopez Magee – FiN Board Chair, Families Initiative Director at Children in Nature Network
Merila Walker – FIN Vice Chair, Consultant specializing at the intersection of healthcare, government, and technology. More importantly, she has a deeply rooted love and curiosity for nature thanks to her father.
Maria Bickerton – FIN Board Secretary, Attorney and FiN Parent
Adam Wilson – FiN Outgoing Board Treasurer, Co-Founder and School Director, Griffin School
Lindsey Harlor – FiN Incoming Board Treasurer, Manager of Customer Development at ONE Gas. Lindsey has a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Masters in Accounting. She has spent her career in Accounting, Process Improvement, and Customer Development and has lived in Austin for 15 years. She enjoys music, travel, local restaurants, and spending time outside with her husband and two young children.
Molly Stevens – Previous FiN Board Chair, Executive Director of Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center
Dr. Gary Morris – Dean of Natural Sciences and Professor of Physics, St. Edward’s University
Rich LeGrand – Rich is a tech entrepreneur and FiN parent. He loves to “unplug” and
experience nature with his wife and two boys.
Brandi Clark-Burton – Senior Policy Advisor at the City of Austin, Office of Mayor Steve Adler
Linda Amala Puckett – Copywriter and Marketing Consultant – Linda is a senior-level copywriter with a broad background including nonprofit, B2B, healthcare, tourism, real estate, banking, and retail. She has expertise in creating successful campaigns across all media, including print, broadcast, email and web content.
Robert Ochoa – Regional Manager at Coding With Kids.
Susan Lo – IT project manager and longtime FiN Parent. With little outdoor space at her home, Susan and her family are always looking forward to leaving their urban living behind for some activities in nature with other FiN families.
Rae Ann Allong – graduate of both St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada and the University of Texas School of Law. Rae Ann recently started her new adventure as a retired criminal prosecutor. “My earnest desire is that no matter what your background maybe, that everyone gets the opportunity to enjoy and respect all that nature has to offer.”