FSC is championed every day by individuals with different backgrounds, including professional athletes, social media influencers, Indigenous community leaders, industry professionals, and more.
What do they share in common?
A deep commitment to supporting FSC’s mission to promote environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically prosperous management of the world's forests.
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Jeremy Casebeer is an AVP professional beach volleyball player working to accelerate climate solutions.
Jeremy built and is leading the AVP Tour’s first ever Climate Action Plan to measure, reduce and offset the AVP’s impact across energy, waste, water, and community engagement.
He is also working to shift the traditional sports sponsorship model toward impact by partnering with values aligned brands and NGO’s on community and sustainable development projects.
Jeremy is a Board Member with Players for the Planet, as well as the Program Chair and Board Member for AVP First.
Jeremy spends the offseason in Rio de Janeiro with his family and competes on the Brasilian pro tour as well.
He describes himself as an avid amateur photographer and extremely average surfer.
You can follow him on LinkedIn, Instagram, or jeremycasebeer.com
Grayson Murphy is a professional runner for Saucony and the National and World Mountain Running Champion of 2019. She currently lives in Bozeman, MT where she trains daily and works towards her Masters degree in Sustainable Natural Resources. With an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, Grayson hopes to combine both disciplines with her love of running to make a positive impact in sustainability and climate science in the outdoor recreation industry. Additionally, Grayson creates and sells her own motivational training log/planners that are printed on FSC paper. You can learn more about these planners and purchase them here.
You can follow Grayson on Instagram and Twitter, and check out her website, "Racin' Grayson".
Bella Bucchiotti is a traveler, dog mom, foodie, and lifestyle influencer. She is inspirational and encouraging – forging a friendship with her readers by sharing her passions and adventures, including her love of the natural world and the importance of preserving it through organizations like FSC.
Bella lives in British Columbia, Canada with her sweet pup, Beau (follow him @beau_the_brittany). You can share in Bella's adventures through her blog “xoxo Bella”; her gorgeous photos on Instagram, on her YouTube channel, and on Facebook and Twitter. Bella's review of an FSC forest in Arkansas can be seen here.
Chris Voell is an environmental professional with more than three decades of experience advocating for climate change mitigation. Chris has extensive experience in in forestry and natural resources management. He serves as Head of Waste, Recycling, & Biogas Advisory Innovation for the Trade Council of Denmark in North America and Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Washington, DC. Chris is dedicated to utilizing his deep knowledge of environmental protection and love of the outdoors to advance climate and sustainability initiatives in the corporate and public sectors. Chris is an outdoor adventurer and can be found hiking or mushroom foraging locally, camping in the Adirondacks, and serving his local community through a Climate Emergency Working Group.
Follow Chris on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Logan is the storyteller behind Her Oregon Life. She is in love with nature and how it heals us. Mother Nature has become her sanctuary to grow, learn, and understand herself.
The space she has created for herself on Instagram is her personal journal. She hopes to inspire others to travel, move their body, explore vulnerability, and to be good to one another (and Mother Natch). She believes her openness with depression, anxiety, and being a woman in today's world has importance.
In between her adventures you can find her at home with my fiancè Benji and our two dogs, Patsy and Gouda. She likes to garden, bake sourdough bread, and spend time with family and friends.
Follow along with Logan on Her Oregon Life and Instagram.
Shelley Cohen is an early adopter who used FSC certified products for decades in eco-friendly renovations. Shelley dedicates herself to causes that educate about climate and give a voice to wildlife and wild places. To elevate impact, Shelley served on NWF’s board, and currently serves on the board of the DC Environmental Film Festival. She is a trained Climate Reality leader and mentor and LEED accredited professional.
A DC resident for 30 years, Shelley is an experienced CEO, Entrepreneur, and Renewable Energy Developer with 17 years in public service working on Capitol Hill, the White House, and EPA. Currently, she serves as Director of Solar Programs for the DC Sustainable Energy Utility where she incentivizes the rapid deployment of solar across DC to benefit low income residents.She received her MPA from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and her BA from Tufts University.
She is a mom of two daughters, a Girl Scout Troop Leader, and advocate for girls and women. Ms. Cohen prioritizes getting her troop and her family out in nature.
You can follow Shelley, @ShelleyHCohen and Shelley Cohen LinkedIn
Thea Lemberger is a former professional basketball player for the Federal International Basketball Association, in Israel and Turkey. She also played in professional leagues in Australia and The Netherlands. Thea now lives in Haleiwa, Hawaii, and works with Hawaii Agricultural Research Center on sustainable forestry practices for Acacia koa, as part of her work toward her master's degree in Environmental Science from Oregon State University. Thea is passionate about creating connections between science and industry and enhancing critical forests around the world. To develop skills around these passions, Thea plans to continue in academics and pursue a doctorate degree. In her view, nature is something like a fairytale, otherworldly when you’re in it, an odyssey when studying it, and a giver of energy and terrain for outdoor recreation. She believes it is each of our individual responsibilities to show reciprocity to the natural world.
You can follow Thea on Twitter and LinkedIn