Newly elected Washington State Council FFI Director at Large 2019
Campbell’s passion for fly fishing runs deep. She loves to help other’s experience its joys. Trisha is pursuing a Casting Instructor Certification. She has served as Participant Coordinator for the Northern Idaho/ Eastern Washington chapter of Casting For Recovery for 9 years and Fly Fishing Instructor for CFR Washington for 2 years. She has instructed for 5 years with Kelly Creek Flycasters Women’s Clinic, 3 years at the Fly Fishers International (FFI) Women’s University and 7 years with Idaho State Juvenile Corrections Fly Fishing program. Trisha is currently the Treasurer for FFI Western Rocky Mountain Region and she is looking forward to serving the Washington Council as well.
I grew up in Northern California and started my passion for fly fishing at the age of 11. I was extremely lucky to have been surrounded by very good fly fisherman who taught me to cast, tie flies and to understand the role each of us plays in ensuring the future of our sport. I have associated with the Washington State Council of Fly Fishers for over 10 years. I retired as an Engineer from Texas Instruments after 30 years.
Carol Anderson is an avid sailor who has raced or cruised six different oceans. When not traveling, Carol loves to fish Western mountain streams, a passion that began in her Seattle backyard stream at 8 years old. Carol spent 40 years designing, developing and delivering science education multimedia and online content. She began her career in elementary education before becoming a professor of technology education at Western Washington University. Carol is the founder of FlySci, a non-profit science of fly-fishing educational organization specializing in environmental sciences and conservation.