Ross Perry, Project Manager
Growing up in Yreka, CA, Ross developed a love for the outdoors and an interest in conservation through hiking and skiing in the mountains of Siskiyou County, and spending summers guiding whitewater rafting trips in the Klamath River watershed. After graduating from CSU Chico in 2013 with a degree in Music with special interest in jazz drumming, Ross moved back to Siskiyou County and started working for the Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District. There he assisted with water quality monitoring and riparian restoration on the Shasta River. Ross joined the WSRCD team in September of 2015 and has enjoyed the diverse range of projects he is exposed to as well as the ability to leave his mark on Shasta County through the RCD’s conservation efforts. He loves his work because he gets to regularly get outside and become intimately familiar with the Shasta County resources he is working to conserve.
Analia Bertucci, Project Manager
Having grown up in California and Asia, Analia’s interest in ecology was fostered as being witness to the challenges of coexistence between urban living and the natural environment. After receiving a B.S. in Biology from Eastern Connecticut State University, Analia worked with NRCS-Connecticut before returning to California, promoting the importance of conservation and restoration through education and outreach, and working with farmers, landowners, legislators, educators, and conservationists. Analia has a passion for travel and encourages others to experience the diverse landscape of the earth. Aside from travel, her interests include disc golf, hiking, snowboarding, brewing, and roller derby.
Kelli England, Chief of Field Operations/District Safety Officer/Human Resources
Kelli grew up just 60 miles from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Washington, because of this she developed an appreciation for natural resources, conservation, and forestry. She has lived in New Mexico, Japan, and eventually settled in Red Bluff. Kelli graduated in 2015 with an AS in Agricultural Trades and with a Certificate in Forestry/Natural Resources. She went immediately to work with the US Forest Service as a Range Technician. Hired by the RCD in August 2016 as a Forestry Technician, she quickly began taking on the responsibilities of the Field Crew Supervisor and in November was made the Chief of Field Operations and the District Safety Officer. Kelli obtained her Qualified Applicator Certificate in April of 2017. In August of 2017 she was made the Human Resources Director. She enjoys spending time with her 2 teenagers, taking them hiking and camping. She enjoys music and tries to see as many concerts as possible throughout the year.
Maureen Teubert, District Manager, has over 20 years of experience working in the conservation and natural resource management fields and was previously employed with the Western Shasta Resource Conservation District (WSRCD) from 2008-2018. Maureen has a Bachelor of Science in Forestry with an Environmental Ethics Minor from Humboldt State University (2001). Following her graduation from HSU, Maureen worked for Pacific Lumber Company (PALCO), helping to implement their Habitat Conservation Plan as part of their interdisciplinary Science Team. During her time at PALCO, Maureen worked in the field, completing extensive stream and habitat monitoring including channel surveys, fish habitat surveys, stream sediment sampling, turbidity monitoring, stream temperature monitoring, large woody debris surveys, and various other stream and water related monitoring. Maureen has extensive experience in water resource management including performing groundwater, surface and waste-water monitoring, field collection and lab processing of water quality samples; stream velocity measurements and other aquatic monitoring applications. In addition, Maureen worked as a consultant for Haling & Associates, in Chico, CA as a Staff Hydrologist and for Dynamic Planning + Science based in Montrose, CO, as a Senior Planner. During her past tenure at the WSRCD, Maureen was instrumental in planning, coordinating, evaluating and implementing programs and projects in all areas of the District. Maureen currently lives in Redding with her husband and daughter and enjoys camping, hiking, nature photography, gardening, and cooking.