Our Board of Directors consists of people with deep connections to the Feather River region.

 

Clare Churchill, President

Retired banking professional, Quincy

Clare is a long-time resident of Quincy, having first visited Plumas County as a child camping with her family at Bucks Lake. She is a graduate of Feather River College and CSU Chico and recently retired from Plumas Bank, where she was Vice President and Risk Management Officer. For balance, Clare enjoys teaching yoga, gardening, and spending time with her family. Clare and her husband Denny have been long time supporters of the FRLT, and becoming a board member was a natural fit for Clare.

 

Ken Roby, Vice President

Fisheries biologist and hydrologist, Greenville

Land Protection and Stewardship Committees

Ken is retired from a long career with the US Forest Service, where he worked as a fisheries biologist and hydrologist. Ken, who holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from UC Berkeley, currently works as a consultant, specializing in watershed and aquatic resource management. He and his wife Marsha are long time residents of Indian Valley, where he can frequently be found hiking or riding his bicycle and coaching baseball.

 

Bob Marshall, Secretary

Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Co-op General Manager, Portola

Finance Committee

 

Alan Morrison, Treasurer

Retired educator, Quincy

 

Thomas Hayes

Retired healthcare CEO, Clio

Finance Committee

 

Bill Knudsen

Retired organic and natural beverage business owner, Chico

Chair, Fund Development Committee

 

Jessica Nelson

Trade Association Manager, Graeagle

 

Thomas Tisch

Consulting investor and engineer, Lake Almanor and Saratoga

Chair, Finance Committee

Tom has been visiting the Feather River region since he was a youngster, when he skied Mount Lassen in the 1950s. He grew up in the Chico area and enjoys his home at Lake Almanor. Tom is a consulting investor for high tech companies, and has many years experience as a board member helping businesses and nonprofits fulfill their missions. Tom has served on FRLT’s Fund Development Committee since 2009 and is excited to bring his expertise and support to the board.