Anne Pressentin

Anne once ear tagged bighorn sheep as part of a transplant operation to help rebuild the herds of Central Oregon.

Anne has 20 years experience working to educate and engage people on natural resource, environmental, and transportation issues. She has delivered communications and outreach strategies, including facilitated meetings, community presentations, print and electronic communications, and media relations. Anne earned a communications degree from the University of Washington and then moved east – first to a small town in north Idaho and then Indiana University for a Masters of Public Administration. She has called Oregon home since 1999 where she enjoys running road races, rafting rivers, and feeling the salt spray of the Pacific on her face.