The CRBC office is located at 5427 Glen Echo Avenue in Gladstone. We are located on the second floor of the Kiwanis building. Parking is available on-street and in a small lot off Ashton Lane. Questions? Call 503-303-4372.

CRBC Staff

Current Staff

Cheryl McGinnis

Cheryl McGinnis

Executive Director

Master of Business Administration from Oregon State University and Bachelor of Science in Education from University of Oregon

Cheryl has been Executive Director of the Clackamas River Basin Council since July 2006. She has over 16 years of experience in non-profit management, governance, program development, fiscal management, volunteer coordination, and staff supervision.

Contact me about: Partnership opportunities, personnel matters, CRBC Basin Action Plan and budget, grant opportunities and administration, legal or policy matters, interest in serving on our Board of Directors or on one of our committees.

Isaac Sanders

Restoration Program Manager

Bachelors of Science from Oregon State University

Isaac brings over two decades of experience in fish and wildlife management and habitat restoration to the Council and is passionate about ensuring future generations have the opportunity to enjoy healthy steams and wild areas as much as he has. A dedicated outdoor enthusiast, you can find him pursuing albacore tuna off the Oregon coast when seas and time allows or out enjoying the streams, forests, mountains and deserts that adorn the Pacific Northwest.

Contact me about: CRBC’s habitat restoration program for native fishes, the Clackamas Partnership Technical Advisory Committee, habitat and temperature monitoring, and geology of the Clackamas Basin.

Eric Butler - Riparian Specialist

Eric Butler

Riparian Specialist

Eric Butler, Riparian Specialist

Master of Science in Environmental Science and Management from Portland State University, GIS Certificate from Portland Community College, and Bachelor of Science from Linfield College

Eric is a landscape ecologist interested in protecting, restoring, and reconnecting ecosystems at the watershed scale. After years of seasonal and freelance work as an ecologist, botanist, stewardship technician, and geographer in Oregon and beyond, he is excited for the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the Clackamas Basin. When not at work, he can usually be found volunteering on several boards and working groups, teaching environmental science, recreating outdoors, or reading a good book.

Contact me about: ecological restoration, weeds and vegetation management, maps and spatial data, opportunities to collaborate on stewardship and strategic planning.

Amy Barton - Communication and Stewardship Program Manager

Amy Barton

Communication & Stewardship Program Manager

Master of Nonprofit Administration from Louisiana State University and Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Oregon.

Amy brings years of experience in nonprofit marketing and development, social media, business development, and event planning to CRBC. Amy is passionate about preservation of our wild places, and after six years working to conserve forested wetlands in Texas and Louisiana, she is excited to join CRBC in streamside and river restoration in the Clackamas Basin.

Contact me about: Landowner agreements, workshops, classes, volunteer opportunities, special events, outreach collaborations, CRBC’s website, social media channels, newsletters, and media inquiries.

Communications and Program Coordinator

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Sharman Watts Clackamas River Basin CouncilSharman Watts

Fiscal & Administrative Specialist

Sharman has over 20 years experience in fund accounting, grants management and complex allocation methods. Her attention to detail, personable customer service, along with interest in making a difference in the community makes CRBC a good fit for her — and vice versa!

Contact me about: Financial questions, accounting, human resources, operations, and compliance.