Stefanie FalzRegional Board Director
Stefanie lives in Invermere. She loves to spend time in the mountains, climbing, skiing, or exploring and is passionate about protecting wild places. She hopes the Purcells will still be intact wilderness in 100 years. As a physician she cares greatly about creating and preserving healthy environments.
Cam GilliesInvermere Branch Vice President
Cam grew up in the Columbia Valley and is thrilled to return and call it home. He has a PhD in Biology and his passion for birds and the environment comes from a life of enjoying the outdoors since he was a child. Living in Windermere, he runs Eagle-Eye Tours, which provides an opportunity for travel to remote and wonderful corners of the world. He has also been involved in several wildlife research projects from leopard frogs to wolverines.
Jessie KingInvermere Branch Secretary
Jessie moved to Invermere in August 2016 from Crawford Bay in the West Kootenays. She now works as a Wildsight Environmental Educator, and at Eagle-Eye Tours. Her favourite spot in the Columbia Valley is her garden, followed closely by Wilmer Wetlands and any number of local hiking trails.
Baiba MorrowInvermere Branch President
Baiba Morrow has navigated much of her working life as a freelance writer, photographer, and dabbler in documentary film making. In partnership with her husband, Pat Morrow, she has travelled and explored the mountain world, especially the Himalayan region, and found inspiration from ancient cultures. Since moving back to the East Kootenay in 2007, Baiba continues to find joy in her community, the mountains, and her garden.
Marianne OberInvermere Branch Director
Born and raised in Southern Germany, Invermere has become Marianne's new home over the past few years. She loves the warm-hearted people here, the small-town feel where everyone seems to know everyone, the diverse landscapes from rugged mountain peaks to quiet little fishing lakes, and most of all, the freedom to explore all of these places while sharing experiences with like-minded people.
Join The Team
Want to protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with us! Wildsight volunteers are a very special group of people who give generously of their time to stuff envelopes, attend rallies, help run events, put up posters, keep tabs on forestry practices in their communities and participate in citizen science initiatives.