Robyn Janssen, Rogue Riverkeeper
Robyn was born and raised in Southern Oregon and has spent most of her life working on the water. As a teenager, Robyn discovered her love of the water as a professional river guide and has been introducing people to the rivers of southern Oregon, northern California and beyond ever since. Robyn feels most at home on the river and has an intimate relationship with the Rogue and its watershed. Robyn graduated from Southern Oregon University with a BS in Art. Through her experiences as a river guide, Robyn has been an inspiring river steward, educating people about the uniqueness of river environments and demonstrating how people can protect these special places that we love.
Contact Robyn: robyn (at) rogueriverkeeper (dot) org
Stacey Detwiler, Conservation Director
Prior to joining Rogue Riverkeeper, Stacey completed her M.S. in Water Resources Policy and Management at Oregon State University and served on the board of the Marys River Watershed Council. Before moving west, she spent five years working on clean water issues for American Rivers in Washington, DC. Stacey received her B.A. in Environmental Studies from Connecticut College and grew up in Pennsylvania where she first got interested in rivers and water management. Rogue Riverkeeper is excited to have her on board working on behalf of clean water in the Rogue basin.
Contact Stacey: stacey (at) rogueriverkeeper (dot) org
Frances Oyung, Program Coordinator
Frances is originally from central California and has a BA in Environmental Studies from UC Santa Cruz. She has been in the Rogue Basin since the early 1990’s, attracted by the region’s natural areas and outdoor activities. Frances’ work experience has been diverse and includes jobs as a river guide, field biologist, and non-profit program administrator for local watershed councils.
Contact Frances: frances (at) rogueriverkeeper (dot) org
Willy the Office/River Dog
Willy belongs to Robyn and spends his days keeping the Riverkeeper staff company. Willy originates from northern California but moved to the Rogue Basin when he was 6 weeks old. He LOVES the water, snow, and mountain trails and has been down the Wild & Scenic Rogue River 6 times. Willy thinks the Rogue Basin is the best and loves swimming in all available clean water resources.