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Lyn Crighton, Executive Director
Many of Lyn’s favorite memories – from childhood, the teenage years, and adulthood – took place on Lake Tippecanoe and surrounding lakes. From learning to water ski from her grandpa at the age of 7 – to getting married on a boat on the lake many years later – these memories have built Lyn’s passion for protecting these unique and beautiful lakes. This passion led her to a Masters degree in Water Resources/Environmental Science from Indiana University. Before returning home to take care of “her” lakes in 2007, Lyn trained volunteer stream monitors through the IDNR Hoosier Riverwatch program for nine years.
Paige Hubner, Office Manager
Paige has lived in the area and worked with the community for many years- serving as a very active member of the Lincoln Elementary PTO. When Paige is not making the office run more efficiently, she enjoys traveling with her husband, three children, and her dog Otto to Brown County in the summer for a stay in the hills of Nashville, Indiana. She is excited to learn more about the watershed, and assist with the daily activities of TWF.
Sarah Marty-Schlipf, Donor Relations Specialist
A native of Kosciusko County, Sarah moved back to the area in 2020 after 11 years in Illinois, where she worked in libraries and education. She studied literature at Ball State University and holds a Master’s in writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. A lifelong lover of the outdoors, Sarah enjoys trail-running, hiking, and exploring the landscape of northern Indiana with her husband and their three dogs.
Caitlin Yoder, Watershed Coordinator
Caitlin Yoder grew up in Warsaw, Indiana. She achieved a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting from Grace College. She also holds a Certificate in Watershed Management from the Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy at Purdue University. Caitlin grew up very passionate about building community and protecting the environment. One fun fact about Caitlin is that she is a huge fan of bugs. When she is not at work or enamored with insects, she enjoys spending quality time with her husband Vincent and her two sons (Theo, 7 and Fletcher, 2). Together they also have a cat (Sushi) and a golden doodle (Sammy).
Jane Santucci, Communication Coordinator
Jane Santucci serves as The Watershed Foundation’s Communication Coordinator. Jane works with each committee to synthesize our work into different mediums for public consumption. She helps to improve our communication process by amplifying our expertise in taking action to protect and improve water quality in our area lakes and streams. When Jane is not working to protect our delicate environment, she enjoys spending time in nature on foot or bicycle. She has a 3-year old son whom she enjoys exposing to all the wonders of the world. In your free time, send Jane a line about your water story to email@example.com