Alisa Mooy was appointed in October 2014. She is married to Jim Stearns and has lived in Homer for 6 years since moving from California.
In California, she was involved with the Avery Ranch collective that utilized the Nature Conservancy model to purchase private lands within the Stanislaus National Forest boundaries and provide stewardship and habitat preservation for the flora and fauna of the region.
In 2005 she went to Houston, Texas and set up a Katrina relief kitchen to serve meals to thousands of New Orleans residents who had evacuated to Houston. She remained in Houston for nearly 3 months and raised funds and co-managed the kitchen that ended up serving nearly 75,000 meals.
In 2007 Alisa started a soup kitchen for the homeless and underprivileged residents of Calaveras County, California. She has very good computer skills and will be working on Salmonfest. This will be a 1-year term to get her on the regular 2-year election cycle.
Kachemak Bay Conservation Society