Meet Linda Gresky, New EAS Secretary
Volunteering and the environment are core values in the Redmond family of Linda Gresky, Eastside Audubon’s new secretary.
"My husband and I began birding 15 years ago, while living in Texas. We took our daughter birding when she was just five weeks old and she hasn’t stopped since. It’s no wonder her first word was 'bird.' [Morgan will turn 9 this May.]
I am a marketing professional and I am attending graduate school to get a degree in Adult Education. It is important for us, as a family, to spend time together volunteering out in nature. We have met some wonderful Eastside Audubon members already, and we are excited to meet many more. I am thrilled to share EAS with other families in our area."
Linda's Role with EAS
Linda was on the Seattle Audubon committee for new membership before she and her family moved to the east side.
For EAS, Linda will handle board meeting minutes and agendas. She’ll also create programs that will complement those of the Education Committee and create new ways for families to become involved in more EAS activities.
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of four articles introducing Eastside Audubon board members who were inaugurated in January. The February Corvid Crier featured at-large board member Sue Summers. Still to come: Diane Crestanello (at-large member) and Shane Egeland (vice president).