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Ann Boeholt is a Senior Environmental Planner and a Certified Professional Wetland Scientist with 28 years of experience in aquatic resources management in western Washington. She has worked within all levels of government. Ann began her career working two part-time positions–with a local government (Mason County) and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. This transitioned to a full-time position as a Wetland Biologist with the USFWS, then 14 years as a regional Wetland Specialist at the Washington State Department of Ecology where she had a hand in developing many of the wetland tools in use to this day within the State of Washington. Also, during that time, Ann served an 8 month appointment as a Marine Habitat Biologist with the State Department of Fish and Wildlife and found time to attend graduate school. She then served 12 years at Pierce County Surface Water Management as a Wetland Biologist and Project Manager. She left the ranks of government and joined SVC in July 2016. Ann has extensive experience in wetlands delineation and rating, native plant selection and care, restoration design, maintenance, monitoring, and mitigation banking and In-Lieu Fee Programs.

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B.S., Ecology and Environmental Science, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington. 1988.

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Melissa Hibbard co-founded Fictionville Studio, a production company she co-founded with partner, Hamid Rahmanian. She produced BREAKING BREAD (2000), SIR ALFRED OF CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT (2001) and SHAHRBANOO (2002). In 2008, she produced and wrote THE GLASS HOUSE in association with the Sundance Channel, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and received the Human Rights Award (OSCE, Docufest) and Best Feature Documentary (Dallas Video Fest). In 2003, she co-established a non-profit organization – ARTEEAST – its mission statement to promote the arts and cultures of the Middle East and it’s worldwide diasporas in the United States; she was a board member and the ArteEast Online Director through 2007. In 2009, Melissa founded Fictionville Media; a documentary distribution service aimed at helping filmmakers self-distribute their own works. Recently she collaborated on an illustrated translation and adaptation of Persian mythology called SHAHNAMEH: THE EPIC OF THE PERSIAN KIGNS (2013) as the Editorial Director.

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Aside from her work in cinema, in 2003, she co-established the successful non-profit organization –ARTEEAST- its mission statement to promote the arts and cultures of the Middle The Last Man Standing East and its worldwide diasporas in the United States; she was a board member and the ArteEast Online Director through 2007. In 2009 she established Fictionville Media, a partner company to her own production company that helps filmmakers distribute their films in a cooperative-like effort. Recently she established a new non-profit – TWO CHAIRS – with a group of artists and intellectuals that supports the work of art and culture in the US. In 2013, she produced and worked as Editorial Director on a new book project entitled SHAHNAMEH: THE EPIC OF THE PERSIAN KINGS, an illustrated translation and adaption of Shahnameh, a book of Persian mythology. It is published by The Quantuck Lane Press and distributed by W. W. Norton & Company. Melissa is currently collaborating on a children’s pop up book with Fantagrahpics Books and working on her first feature-length script, entitled Snow.

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Her doctoral dissertation topic at the University of Hawaii at Manoa was on developing a quantitative metric to assess contemporary environmental worldviews.Prior to joining the USC Spatial Sciences Institute, she was on the faculty of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara City College, and Hawaii Pacific University, where she developed and taught residential and online geography courses.

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B.A., Ethnobotany & Native American Studies, The Evergreen State College
Thesis topic: Traditional Native American knowledge
Thesis advisor: Patrick McCutcheon

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Her interest in archaeology began when she was a young girl, and her father would take her to an active prehistoric archaeological site at a Washington State Park where he worked as the park's ranger.

Marcy graduated with her dual Associate in Arts and High School Diploma in the spring of 2013, and later received her Bachelor’s Degree with emphasis in Anthropology from the Evergreen State College in 2015.