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Student Leaders

  • Meet the C-OAR Team

    The Coordinators are a collection of student leaders that represent and work for the Seattle University Outdoor Adventure Recreation program (OAR). There is one Coordinator position for each of the six outdoor programming areas: Bike, Climb, Snow, Service, Trail and Water. Their primary functions are to provide strategic leadership for their specific area and for the overall program, to serve as leaders for various types of outings, to be trained in risk management and wilderness emergency response, and to teach environmental sustainability practices.

  • Arthur Moss-Hawkins

    Arthur Moss-Hawkins

    Bike Coordinator
    Sophomore: International Studies and Political Science

    Hello all! I hail from Massachusetts, but grew up adventuring in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. I love everything outdoors, and I believe that exploration, whether hiking, climbing, kayaking, cycling, skiing, or anything else is a great way to learn a lot about yourself and the world around you! I am an easygoing guy and I am very excited to explore the Northwest with you all!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Responder, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace Course

    Eric Kennedy

    Eric Kennedy

    Snow Coordinator
    Senior: Environmental Science and Business Economics

     Hi, I'm Eric and I'm a natureholic. I feed my addiction any way that I can, but most frequently through sending big lines on bikes and skis. My dream is to one day be adopted by a pack of wolves deep in the rugged Idaho wilderness.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, AIARE Level I Avalanche, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    Marcus Shriver

    Marcus Shriver

    Service Coordinator
    Digital Design, Marketing
    I am from Colorado where I learned to love, hate, and appreciate nature. I love hiking, biking, and learning new skills, but what I am really good at is creating playlists for any adventure.
  • Meet the Trip Leads

    Trip Leaders are the co-leaders of our day and overnight outings, and may additionally support OAR's campus activities and events. Their primary functions are to serve in leadership roles for outings as needed/desired, to be knowledgeable of and teach wilderness skills and safety management, to apply knowledge to reduce risks while in the field and to teach/model environmental sustainability practices.

  • Adam Fecher

    Adam Fecher

    Junior: Civil Engineering

    Hey! My name is Adam Fecher and I was born in California and came to Seattle for a change of pace. I am the president of the SU Water Polo Club and like to go snowboarding on the weekends. I also love mountain biking and walking around downtown in my spare time.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    Annabelle Forster

    Annabelle Forster

    Sophomore: Pre-major

    Hello! My name is Annabelle but you can call me Annie. I'm from New Mexico. I love to be outside and more than anything I love a good view. Our backyard here in Seattle has so much to offer and our own two feet can take us anywhere, so I hope you'll join me in eating peanut M&M's on the trail and seeking adventure in the Pacific Northwest!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Lifeguard, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    James "Brady" Carlson

    James "Brady" Carlson

    Junior: Finance

    I'm from Portland, OR and am a board sport fanatic. I love spending time outdoors as it really helps center as well as relax me. My favorite outdoor activities are snowboarding, surfing, music festivals, and anything else that'll give me an adrenaline rush. Apart from traditional outdoor fun, I'm an avid supporter of youtube sensations like urban kayaking and liquid mountaineering. I love making new friends and exchanging crazy stories, so don't hesitate to say hello.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Lifeguard certified, Basic Kayak Rescue, AIARE Level 1 Avalanche, Leave No Trace Course

    Brendan Kehoe

    Brendan Kehoe

    Sophomore: Economics

    Growing up just south of Portland I learned to ski on Mt. Hood and did many hikes in the Columbia River Gorge. After moving to Seattle. I got a taste for Washington's outdoor scene and I look forward to sharing it with you!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace Course

    Calvin Garrett

    Calvin Garrett

    Senior: Sociology

    I have three major obsessions: running, coffee, and running in new and exciting places. I need adventure to stay alive, whether it be in the wilderness or in the city. I grew up in Ellensburg, WA, which is a really small community, so I've spent most of my life wandering about for new experiences.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Responder, CPR/AED, AIARE Level 1 Avalanche, Leave No Trace Course

    Cassie Cottrell

    Cassie Cottrell

    Junior: Nursing

    From the city by the bay and ready to explore the beautiful Pacific North West with peers!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace

    Connor Burgess

    Connor Burgess

    Senior: Psychology, Spanish

    I enjoy long walks on the beach, vibrant sunsets from the tops of mountains, and shivering in the rain. I grew up in the great state of Colorado and have been trying to explore everything Washington has to offer. I think everyone has something to teach us and we all learn a little bit better outside of the classroom.

    Certifications: CPR/AED, Lifeguarding, Leave No Trace Course

    Gary Grieve

    Gary Grieve

    Sophomore: Biology

    Hello, my name is Gary. I totally dig the outdoors, especially the mountains! I also know a lot of Rope Rescue and other interesting skills. My love is for mountaineering, which is sadly not offered by OAR. Let's go on a trip!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace Course

    Hannah Tyne

    Hannah Tyne

    Junior: Pre-major

    Hannah Tyne is a sophomore premajor. She is lucky to have spent her whole life in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. When she's not exploring the world or climbing mountains, you can find her being an expert sleeper, consumer of Thai food, and puppy hugger.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace

    Jane Walden

    Jane Walden

    Junior: Physics

    Growing up in Idaho, I was very fortunate to have access to the wonderful outdoors. Whether I'm hiking the Cascades, mountain biking around my hometown, or running in Seattle, I absolutely love being outside. I look forward to sharing my love of the beautiful Pacific Northwest with you!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    Liza Wyckoff-White

    Liza Wyckoff-White

    Junior: Humanities for Leadership, Spanish

    I've been hiking since before I could walk and in love with the outdoors since birth. Whether it's kayaking through the San Juans, backpacking in the forests of the Northwest, summiting Mount St. Helens, cross country skiing through the silent winters woods, or just walking barefoot through the grass, in the outdoors is where I am the happiest. In the words of William Shedd "A ship in the harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for", so let's go adventure!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    Lucas Bartholomew-Good

    Lucas Bartholomew-Good

    Sophomore: Biology

    I'm from San Francisco, CA. I like to ski mountains, climb rocks, hike trails, and butcher the occasional pig. I'm studying Biology here in Seattle University, and love to talk all things cell related. Join me for some times in the snow van, on the trails, on the rock wall, or on a bike ride! Can't wait to meet you.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue, Leave No Trace Course

    Matilda Schroeter

    Matilda Schroeter

    Junior: Environmental Studies and Urban Sustainability

    I come from the rural town of Geyserville in Northern California. If I'm not backpacking, hiking or skiing, I am dreaming of the next time I will get to. I haven't lost my love for climbing trees and chasing toads at dusk, so I hope you'll join me in celebrating life's greatest gifts!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, Leave No Trace Course

     

    Mara Silvers

    Mara Silvers

    Junior: Humanities for Leadership

    Hey everyone!  Originally from Montana, I love almost everything about being outdoors. Hiking, kayaking and skiing are all things I grew up doing around MT, but since coming to Seattle I've fallen in love with rock climbing. My favorite climbing spot to date is Squamish, BC, and the most recommended backpacking trip is the King's Trail in Sweden. Cheers to having the next adventure together!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue

     

    Nathaniel Norton

    Nathaniel Norton

    Junior: Accounting

    I'm a Pacific Northwest kid who is excited to explore the outdoors with you! Hiking, snowboarding, and rafting are my favorite outdoor past times. I love to stay fit in the gym and in the wilderness and have fun doing so!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace Course

    Rebekah Sanders

    Rebekah Sanders

    Junior: Public Affairs

    My name is Rebekah; upholder of Seattle stereotypes. Despite growing up in Seattle, I didn't start exploring the PNW until the summer of 2012 when I fell in love with hiking; it led me to begin kayaking, backpacking, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and many more, often with OAR! I love sharing the beauty of Washington and hope to see you on a trip!

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Kayak Rescue

    Spencer Seale

    Spencer Seale

    Junior: Biology

    Having grown up in the mountains, rivers, and lakes of Idaho, I love all things outdoors. I'm a positive person with a thirst to experience all of life's thrills as well as capture unique memories with others. I am excited to explore the Pacific Northwest with other SU students.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Aid, CPR/AED, Leave No Trace Course

    Zev Underwood

    Zev Underwood

    Sophomore: Environmental Studies

    I am from Santa Cruz, CA. I grew up hiking in my hometown and the Sierra Nevada. Since high school, I have tried to spend as much time as possible backpacking, skiing, and hiking. Nothing has changed since entering college. I am excited to lead trip through OAR and get outside.

    Outdoor Training: Wilderness First Responder, CPR/AED, Lead Belay, PCIA Asst. Base Managed Climbing Instructor, AIARE Level I Avalanche, Leave No Trace Trainer