Tiffany's work at DRBA touches the entire Basin - building partnerships, advocacy for the protection of our natural resources and multi-state and national initiatives. She works closely with the entire DRBA Team to develop and implement programs that will protect and preserve our natural and cultural resources through education, recreation and stewardship. Tiffany's 25 years of experience ranges from the corporate to the education to the nonprofit sectors and focuses on strategic marketing, fund development, collaborations and start-up community initiatives. She has received several national awards for her communications and community initiatives and has presented at conferences all over the country. Prior to DRBA, she worked as a capacity consultant and corporate philanthropy consultant for clients internationally. Tiffany is an avid hiker and paddling enthusiast.
Education Outreach Manager
Krista is a 2009 graduate of Averett University where she majored in Biology with a focus on Environmental Studies and Ecology and minored in English Literature. Krista's background includes work as an intern Park Ranger for the US Army Corp of Engineers at Philpott Lake, a Math & Science Advisor for the Upward Bound program at Patrick Henry Community College, and most recently as a Shrimp Aquaculture Specialist for the Virginia Tech and Blue Ridge Aquaculture Research and Development facility. Krista leads a variety of education and outreach offerings with DRBA including coordination of the award-winning Trout in the Classroom program. Krista also provides support for all operations in the Martinsville-Henry County office and is responsible for developing new education outreach programs to be used basin-wide.
Office & Finance Manager
Robin joined the DRBA staff in 2009. She is a graduate of Rockingham Community College with an Associate Degree in Business Administration with Accounting Emphasis. Robin brings over 25 years of accounting experience with her from Dan River Inc. and Spray Cotton Mills. Robin is the Accounting/Office Manager and is responsible for the accounting duties for the association. She works closely with the Executive Director, Program Managers, and the Treasurer.
Virginia Program Manager
Brian is the Virginia Program manager for the Dan River Basin Association and has been with DRBA since 2008. A Virginia SOS certified water monitor with a background in wildlife biology, water quality, conservation, fisheries, construction, animal husbandry, education and wildlife preservation,he works with community partners on conservation, restoration, and education projects throughout the Dan River Basin.