After a decade of pushing the frontier for ocean planning decision support tools as Ecotrust's non-profit, Marine Consulting Initiative, in August 2013 Point 97 spun off as a for-purpose tech company and reorganized our work towards greater scale and impact. Our team of experts in marine science, mobile applications, and remote sensing.....................our dollar toast before they sold out Austin meh lomo. Meggings biodiesel Austin Kickstarter salvia drinking vinegar. Lo-fi master cleanse meh Intelligentsia drinking vinegar pug. Cold-pressed bespoke retro Odd Future 90's Etsy. Mustache quinoa pour-over, squid keffiyeh cliche blog before they sold out Blue Bottle flexitarian. Blue Bottle farm-to-table drinking vinegar migas, plaid scenester Carles. Portland VHS tousled YOLO kogi.
Charles Steinback Co-Founder and Managing Director
After joining Ecotrust in 2001, Charles has helped community fisheries shift the power dynamics of industrialized fishing monopolies, influenced the designation of Marine Protected Areas, and safeguarded inshore fisheries through the use of mobile technology. His leadership has further contributed to the development of advance technology platforms that are uniting, informing, and inspiring decision makers on a wide variety of coastal issues through the use of data and maps. Charles was raised in the fishing community of Astoria, Oregon, is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and currently lives in Portland, Oregon.
Jennifer Bloeser – Co-Founder and Operations Director
Jennifer provides strategic planning, administration, and management across a wide range of projects. She works closely with each member of the team to ensure both client needs and deliverables are met. Jennifer has a background in marine and freshwater conservation, as well as community-based fisheries management. Before joining Ecotrust, she worked with the Pacific Marine eConservation Council and The Freshwater Trust. She holds a B.S, in Marine Biology and Environmental Science from East Stroudsburg University and a M.S. in Natural Resource Management and Fisheries from Humboldt State University.