Staff Members

Outdoors for All staff is made up of an enthusiastic group of individuals with diverse backgrounds. Our strong team includes 21 full time staff members as well as the utilization of over 850 volunteers on an annual basis. Our team has a strong collective knowledge built on years of experience in the industry including Certified Recreation Therapists on staff to provide specialized programs for our participants. 

The Outdoors for All Foundation transforms lives through outdoor recreation.  Founded in 1979 in the Pacific Northwest, Outdoors for All is a national leader in delivering adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Each year more than 3,000 individuals exercise their abilities thanks to the training and support of more than 850 volunteers. Outdoors for All enriches the lives of individuals with disabilities and families and helps them to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Outdoors for All’s programs includes snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country and downhill skiing, cycling, hiking, river rafting, kayaking, day camps, rock-climbing, camping and custom events.

Clark Halvorson
Executive Director

Clark joined Outdoors for All in 2024, bringing with him a profound love for the outdoors that has shaped his life and relationships. He believes in the power of collaboration between the public, private, and non-profit sectors to drive innovation and enhance service delivery for diverse communities. With a strong focus on promoting outdoor physical activity for its health benefits and mental rejuvenation, Clark is committed to making outdoor experiences accessible to everyone, particularly those facing barriers.

Connor Inslee
Associate Executive Director

Connor is a lifelong resident of the Northwest and enjoys all the outdoors opportunities it has to offer. Growing up in Central Washington he spent his youth playing outside and decided to make a career of it. With over 25 years in the outdoor recreation industry Connor still (occasionally) gets out to support outdoor recreation experiences when not stuck to a desk.  Current favorite activities include epic bike rides with his daughter (4) and son (1), stopping frequently for baked goods and early morning rows on Lake Washington.

Thera Zylstra
Associate Executive Director

Thera joined Outdoors for All in 2012 as a fundraiser and has enjoyed expanding the community of supporters, enabling more individuals to experience life enriching outdoor recreation. During her time on staff, Thera has embraced the Outdoors for All culture, becoming a skier and riding the Seattle to Portland (STP) on a tandem cycle. Outside of work, she can be found golfing with her husband, playing pickleball with her kids, or enjoying quality time with friends.

Ryan Dean
Interim Finance Director

Ryan Dean (he, him) is interim finance director at OFA. His nonprofit experience began in 2005, and he spent 12 years at the Seattle Aquarium and 6 with FareStart. During that period, he’s held Chief Financial and Chief Operating roles. Now, self-employed as a consultant to nonprofit organizations, he has worked to help the Museum of Pop Culture, Living Well Kent Collaborative and Business Impact NW. Ryan also serves on finance committees for Washington STEM and DISCNW and is a member of the Nonprofit Association of Washington. In his free time, he can be found trail running, cycling or playing ultimate frisbee with Seattle Kingdome.

Marissa Bower
Events & Marketing Director

Marissa is originally from San Diego but grew up in the Seattle area. She is the Events & Marketing Director at Outdoors for All and has been with the organization 4.5 years. Her focus is on fundraisers, sponsorship, and the organization’s branding and marketing efforts. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, attending sporting events (go dawgs!), and walking the trail.

McKenzie Click
Program Director

McKenzie was born and raised in the northwest and has always loved the outdoors! She is the Program Director at Outdoors for All and is responsible for supporting the program team, making programmatic decisions for the organization and building relationships with community partners. She started with Outdoors for All in 2016 as a camp counselor and has continued to find her way back throughout the years. She managed day camps and has worked on the group programs team as a coordinator. McKenzie loves to travel, ski, ride bikes and play pickleball in her free time! In the summer months, she loves to be on the water, either sailing, paddleboarding or swimming.

Amy Schaller
Donor Relations Manager

Amy is a Seattle native. She is the Donor Relations Manager at Outdoors for All and focuses on building relationships and stewardship. In her free time, Amy enjoys hiking, skiing, and spending time with her toy aussie and six-year-old daughter.

Britt Farrell
Program Manager - Camps

Brittany is our day camp program manager. She enjoys skiing and snowboarding in the winter, as well as water activities in the summer. Brittany enjoys sharing her passion for the outdoors with campers and is constantly discovering new ways to get everyone outside and having fun.

Griffin Armour
Development Manager

Griffin was born and raised in the Seattle area but has spent several years living in South America. He is the Development Manager at Outdoors for All and focuses his time on growing individual and grant contributions to the organization. Some random things he loves include skiing, the Talking Heads, chess, Mount Rainier National Park, and the films of Ingmar Bergman. Griffin takes great pride in contributing to an organization that makes a profound difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Hannah Taylor
Administrative Manager

Our Administrative Manager Hannah was born and raised in Puyallup Washington but attended college in Portland Oregon. With two years of dedicated service at Outdoors for All, Hannah is the driving force behind our daily operations and program registration. Rumor has it, her and her coworkers share a 2pm caramel during their well-deserved breaks. When not working, you can find Hannah out fishing on her kayak or at home crocheting for her friends and family.

Jennifer Stanton
Program Manager - Group Programs

Jennifer is a local Seattleite but has traveled, lived, and worked across the globe. In joining Outdoors for All, she brings a background in learning design and adult development. As Group Programs manager, she organizes positive community experiences in adaptive recreation for all ages and life journeys. Outside of work, you'll most often find her kayaking the Salish Sea, baking bread, or playing guitar on the back porch.

Taylor Moseley
Program Manager

Taylor moved to Seattle from Atlanta in 2015 and has been around Outdoors for All since 2017. He is our cycling program manager and loves all things bike, so you can usually find him wrenching on our adaptive bikes, enjoying rides with participants, or planning the next ride. When not on his bike, Taylor likes to paddle, fish, hike, and travel. He also plays the drums with his funky-southern-rock band called “The Prospectors.”

Tim Nagel
Program Manager - Volunteers

Tim is fueled by a deep passion for expanding the realm of outdoor recreation and sports for individuals with disabilities. Living with a physical disability has served as a catalyst for Tim to explore numerous opportunities. In his free time, he likes to ski, mountain bike, paddleboard, camp, and travel. Tim is enthusiastic about continuing to make a meaningful impact in the local PNW community.

Elena Torry-Schrag
Program Coordinator

Elena grew up outside Portland, Oregon, but has called Seattle home for the last 4.5 years. She joined Outdoors for All as the Program Coordinator for Day Camps in January 2024, and loves planning fun activities for camps and helping support campers achieve their goals. In her free time, Elena enjoys riding her bike all over the city, kayaking, watching women's soccer games, and spending time with family and friends.

Ellen LeBlond

Ellen is originally from Southern California, Old Town Orange, she moved to Seatle in December 2016 and then now lives in Washougal, WA with her husband and two rescue doggies since 2021.  She works in the Accounting/Finance Department of Outdoors for All Foundation as the Accountant and has been with the organization for 3 years now.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband playing board games, cuddling with her two dogs, attending Comedy shows, and spending time with friends eating out-she is a big foodie.

Emily Vonderharr
Program Coordinator, CTRS

Although she has Michigan and Texas roots, Emily found her home in Seattle. Emily is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist and brings her passion for outdoor recreation to Seattle's youth as Let's Go Program Coordinator. Through bike lessons and outdoor programs, she empowers individuals to explore, challenge themselves, and connect with nature. Climbing mountains (both literally and figuratively) is her jam, and when not inspiring young adventurers, you'll find her seeking her next outdoor thrill.

Emma Works
Program Coordinator, CTRS

Emma is originally from Spokane Washington and moved to the Seattle area 3 years ago. They are a Program Coordinator and CTRS at Outdoors for All and has been with the organization for 1.5 years. Their focus is on program delivery all year-round and instructing or assisting in various adaptive sports. In their free time, they enjoy skiing with friends, backpacking during the summer season, and a good cup of coffee.

Laurel Howe
Program Coordinator

Laurel, a Program Coordinator, grew up in Southwest Idaho. She has a degree in Community and International Development and Special Education from the University of Vermont. She moved up to the PNW and started with the organization in the fall of 2022, but has been involved with adaptive recreation since 2019. Laurel is passionate about sharing the outdoor activities she loves with others and making them more accessible and inclusive to all.  When Laurel is not working, you can usually find her in the mountains with her binoculars running and skiing or at home baking and attempting to learn more about gardening.

Megan Bullard
Program Coordinator

Megan grew up in Seattle, and recently moved back after attending Western Washington University for Public Health in Bellingham. She worked up there teaching kayaking and sailing, where she was introduced to adaptive recreation, and became passionate about making the outdoors accessible for everyone. Megan recently joined Outdoors for All as a Program Coordinator, you can find her working at a wide variety of programs, including biking, skiing and kayaking! In her free time, she enjoys going to live music, cooking and doing anything involving getting on the water, especially checking out marine life- her favorite animal to spot is a seal! 

Renee Manning
Accounting Coordinator

Renee grew up in Arizona but has spent the last 30+ years in the Pacific NW.  She is the Accounting Coordinator and has been with the organization for 9 years.  In her free time, she enjoys walking the trails and parks in the Seattle area with her family and dogs.

Ryan McKillop
Operations & Equipment Coordinator

Ryan is a native to Washington and has grown up in the Edmonds area. He is the operations and equipment coordinator for Outdoors for All Foundation and is coming up on his 6th year. He started his career as a summer seasonal hire in the Adaptive Cycling Center and fell deeply into facilitating the wants/desires of those with special needs. Ryan has stepped in to deliver cross country, snowboarding and mountain biking programs however his general focus is in product management to support the entire team, as well as staff trainings. In his free time he is devoted to his Family, snow sports, water sports, motor sports, cycling and hiking.

Donald Villarreal
ACC Coordinator-Magnuson

Originally from North Dakota, Donald has spent the past 30 years living in Seattle. He is one of two ACC Program Coordinator’s at Magnuson Park and loving it! Donald has a background in DIY bike projects and teaching repair classes to people of all ages. He spent the past 10 years holding down one of the most special of full service e-bike shops in Seattle, G&O Family Cyclery. He spends his free time these days helping friends with bike services and trying to get outside with family as often as possible.