Danielle Fuchs, Project Manager
Danielle Fuchs is a Master in Urban and Regional Planning student at Portland State University, specializing in Environment and Land Use. With a background in forestry and natural resources, Danielle is interested in bringing nature into the city. She would love for all urban residents to have access to parks, trails, open space, and natural areas. She believes that these amenities can make our cities as well as our citizens healthier and happier.
Ellen Dorsey, GIS/Mapping Coordinator
Ellen is a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning student specializing in environment and land use. Her planning interests include rural land conservation, urban forestry, water resource management and GIS. Ellen grew up in a small town just off the Appalachian Trail in Virginia and has always appreciated the community value of these recreational assets. She is excited to be involved in this planning effort that will help bring similar benefits to the City of Cascade Locks.
Sara Morrissey, Communications Director
Sara Morrissey is a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning student who is specializing in the transportation field. Her focus is on pedestrian and bicycle systems and their integration with the existing roadway infrastructure as well as people's behaviors towards mode choice within an urban context.On her free time you can find her trying a home brew, biking, snowboarding or backpacking.
Michael Ahillen, Design Coordinator
Michael Ahillen is a Master of Urban & Regional Planning student specializing in transportation. His interests include active transportation, mass transit, equity and shrinking cities. His love of outdoor recreation and his previous experience as a Forest Service ranger have drawn him to this project. He enjoys mountaineering, bicycling under the full moon and bluegrass.
Chloe Ritter, Outreach Coordinator
Chloe Ritter is a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning student at Portland State University, specializing in transportation studies. Her (transportation) interests range from bicycle and pedestrian travel to roadway safety to trains, among other things. In her down time, some of her favorite places to hang out are bookstores, coffee shops or a riverfront path.
Sarah Bronstein, Editor
Sarah paid her first visit to Cascade Locks on two wheels, passing through in 2005 on Cycle Oregon. A long time hiker and a big fan of the Columbia Gorge, she is excited to work with the Port of Cascade Locks and the Celilo Planning Studio team to help others explore this stunning area. She looks forward to the day when she will be able to ride all the way from Portland to the Char Burger without getting on the Interstate!