Terah Van Dusen joined 90by30 as a North Lane volunteer in the region, helping raise awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month. She began advocacy work in college marching for Take Back the Night and the environmental cause Protect the Peaks in Flagstaff, Arizona. After graduating from Northern Arizona University, Terah worked for the National Park Service as a Park Ranger before finding her home in the social sector. She worked as a Residential Counselor in Eugene at Looking Glass Youth and Family Services Pathways Girls Program. She is passionate about human rights, the environment and writing. Terah is a newspaper reporter for the Fern Ridge Review and a creative freelancer whose stories have been published in Memoir Magazine and The Manifest Station. Her role as North Lane Regional Coordinator feels like the best possible way to contribute to her region, and she looks forward to continued professional growth within 90by30. She lives on a chicken farm in Walton, Oregon.