Sue Mauger

Science & Executive Director

After growing up outside of Boston, doing her undergraduate work at Duke University and earning a Master’s in Fisheries Science at Oregon State University, Sue finally made it to Alaska and its wild salmon streams. Sue is inspired by working in healthy watersheds and thriving coastal communities where both science and Indigenous knowledge are respected. Since 2000, Sue has led Cook Inletkeeper’s efforts to highlight the relevance of climate and land-use change in local decision-making for the protection of stream habitat. She is a lover of ski trails, Kachemak Bay State Park, libraries, brass bands, and days spent in waders with her dog by her side.

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