Monica Quinn, President
Monica lives in the sunny state of Florida! Currently she works as a guidance counselor in a high school. She has a Masters degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, a Bachelors degree in English Literature, and is certified as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Monica is excited to serve as Environmental Scavengers very first President!
Alexandra Epperly, Vice President
Alexandra works as the Administrative Director for the Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics. She is passionate about food justice and had worked with Food Not Bombs (anti-poverty food redistribution agency) for four years in Oakland, CA, until moving to Floyd, VA. She is the Vice President on the Board of Environmental Scavengers and fervently commits to healing the earth through such acts. She has worked in non-profits assisting in strategic planning, program development, facilitation, grant-writing, fundraising, and other administrative tasks.
Amy Marion, Secretary
Amy works for the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project as a research coordinator, in Asheville, NC. She has a B.S. in Community and Regional Planning with a minor in Sustainable Development from Appalachian State where she also served as the Secretary of the Sustainable Development Student Alliance. She holds a trainer certificate from Leave No Trace and has two summers of experience as a backpacking instructor, teaching youth to enjoy and protect the outdoors. Amy enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, biking, backpacking. Amy’s excited to be our first Secretary!
Kristen Wilkerson, Treasurer
Kristin is a volunteer director and a Master of Accountancy student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, a candidate for the CPA exam, and a future auditor at Deloitte-Touche, LLC. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Appropriate Technology with a minor in Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University and will complete her Masters of Accountancy in August of 2016. Kristin loves hiking and outdoor adventures. Kristin is excited to be our first Treasurer!
Megan Dillon, Executive Director and Founder
Megan serves as a non-voting member on the board of directors. Her duties include responsibility for the operations, management and administration of Environmental Scavengers. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Appalachian State University in Sustainable Development with a focus in Community, Regional & Global Development. Megan has been active as an environmental activist, including participating in environmental cleanups, for most of her life.