Erin Fox is an artist and activist who grew up in Arlington, WA and has been living in Seattle for over 10 years. Passionate about sustainable living she sees the bioregional theory of change as the best way to have all voices at the table in structuring a just, sustainable future. She has been an active volunteer in the Socialist Alternative, $15 Now campaign, 350, Neighborhood Action Coalition, and Womxn’s march on Seattle, to name a few. Other passions include plastic free living, art, music, old growth trees, and world travel.
Barry Langer is a technical writer and instructional designer. Originally from Atlanta, he relocated to Seattle in 2015 after being recruited to work at one of the area's tech companies. After arriving, he saw that protecting and advocating for the local environment and cultures was a necessity, and believes that Cascadia Now! can serve as the primary hub for bioregional activism and community building. He loves hiking, kayaking, dogs, and storytelling.
Event and Outreach Coordinator
Marty Kenney is a homegrown Seattleite and lifelong environmentalist. His passion for the outdoors was born in the Boyscouts where he earned his Eagle Scout and served as Scoutmaster of Troop 123. Now he spends his time with CascadiaNow as the Outreach and Event Coordinator spreading the word about Bioregionalsm wherever he can. He loves woodworking, kayaking, ultimate frisbee, forest stewardship, political debates and treeclimbing.