Tim Sloane, Executive Director
Tim is PCFFA’s Executive Director, having begun his career with PCFFA and it’s sister organization, the Institute for Fisheries Resources, under the direction of William F. “Zeke” Grader, Jr. He advocates for clean, sustainable and productive fisheries, protection of aquatic habitat, and workable fisheries management legislation. He is a member of the Marine Fish Conservation Network’s National Policy Committee, and holds a seat on the Golden Gate Salmon Association Board of Directors. He received his B.A. in history from U.C. Berkeley, and a J.D. from Golden Gate University with a certificate in environmental law. He is a member of the California bar.
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Glen Spain, Northwest Regional Director
Glen is the Northwest Regional Director for PCFFA and IFR at their joint Eugene, OR office. He has been a vocal advocate for better watershed and riparian protections on both private and public lands, and currently serves on advisory committees to the Board of Forestry in both California and Oregon. He works as an advocate for sustainable aquatic resource use and the protection and recovery of salmon throughout northern California and the Pacific Northwest. He lectures widely on forestry/fishery and marine resource protection issues throughout the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere. He is also the recipient of the 1993 David Simmons Award for Environmental Vision from the Oregon Natural Resources Council, Oregon’s largest and most effective environmental protection organization. Glen received his law degree from San Francisco State University.
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Vivian Helliwell, Watershed Conservation Director
Vivian is PCFFA’s Watershed Conservation Director and manages our North Coastal Watershed program. Her work addresses coastal streamflow and water quality issues, sustainable forestry and logging practices, and commercial fishing management and infrastructure issues. She is a former commercial fisherwoman on the F/V Corregidor, and also works with the Eel River Recovery Project.
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Tom Stokely, Salmon and Water Policy Analyst
Tom retired in 2008 after serving 23 years as a Principal Planner with the Natural Resources Division of Trinity County, where he focused on Trinity River and Central Valley Project salmon and steelhead restoration. He was appointed by the Interior Secretary to represent PCFFA on a federal advisory committee for the Trinity River Restoration Program and serves as vice-chairman. He has been on the board of directors of the California Water Impact Network for 9 years, and served as its media contact for 5 years. He specializes in Central Valley Project operations, the Trinity River, and San Joaquin Valley selenium and agricultural drainage issues. He has been a member of the California Salmon and Steelhead Advisory Committee since 1991. He is a recipient of California Trout’s Roderick Haig Brown Award and the Salmonid Restoration Federation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a former member of the California Department of Water Resources AB 303 Groundwater Advisory Committee. He has a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and biology from UC Santa Cruz.
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Harriet Lew, Finance Officer
Harriet is the Finance Officer for PCFFA. Harriet has numerous years of financial and administrative experience working for the non-profit sectors, especially within marine environment organizations. Her work experience includes Oceanic Society and the Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association. She received her B.A. in Social Welfare from the University of California at Berkeley and her accounting certificate from UC Berkeley Extension.
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William F. “Zeke” Grader, Jr.
From its inception in 1976 to 2015, Zeke Grader was Executive Director of PCFFA and its sister organization, the Institute for Fisheries Resources. Zeke worked to assure sustainable fisheries, including measures to protect against overfishing, decreasing bycatch, rebuilding depleted fish stocks and protecting and restoring fish habitats. He served as the president of the western region of the old National Federation of Fishermen and the West Coast Fisheries Development Foundation, and as well as on the board of directors of the Marine Fish Conservation Network. As a result of his work promoting sustainable fisheries and the protection of habitat, Grader was the recipient of numerous commendations and awards during his illustrious career, including the 1998 U.S. Department of Commerce Environmental Hero Award. His wit, congeniality and dedication to the small boat fishing fleet cannot be replaced.