Passionate about water quality and advocating for a cleaner, healthier, more inclusive three rivers? Look at our Executive Director and Waterkeeper positions.
Application are due by March 5, 2021 and are to be sent to email@example.com.†
Bryce Aaronson, Acting Executive Director
Bryce Aaronson is passionate about promoting cleaner and safer access to water. He works full time in a financial role at Carnegie Mellon University. Bryce was the program manager for the River Alert Information Network, a source water protection nonprofit in western PA and northern WV. He now works as a technical consultant with a water quality robotics start-up. He graduated with a Masters in International Development from the University of Pittsburgh’s GSPIA focusing on global water and sanitation projects. While pursuing his degree, Bryce assisted with long term development projects in South Africa and Colombia. In his free time you’ll find him walking his dogs in Brookline.
Board of Directors – Updating – Feb 2021
Lisa Brown, President
Lisa Brown is a PhD Candidate at University of Pittsburgh in Social and Comparative Analysis. She is the Director of Environmental Initiatives and Projects Economic Development South and Watershed Coordinator for Saw Mill Run. Previously she was Director of Operations and Outreach at The Nine Mile Run Watershed Association. She is a member of the Wilkinsburg Chamber of Commerce. She took a seat on the Board of Directors of Three Rivers Waterkeeper in June 2012 and has assumed responsibilities for promoting the outreach activities of the organization and designing volunteer recruitment programs.
Sean Brady, Outgoing – President & Current Member At-large
Sean is the Executive Director of Hollow Oak Land Trust, a conservation organization that protects and connects greenspace in the Pittsburgh International Airport Corridor. With a BA in Biology from Allegheny College and an MA in Professional Writing from Carnegie Mellon University, Sean helped build Venture Outdoors as a regional leader in outdoor recreation from its inception in 2001 to 2010. He also served as Development Director for Riverlife, supporting sustainable riverfront development in downtown Pittsburgh. Currently, Sean manages the six conservation areas owned by Hollow Oak Land Trust and works with municipalities and private landowners to develop greenways in the airport corridor.