As a construction executive, Chuck lived and worked where great rivers, the Colorado, Mississippi, and the Nile, had major impacts on peoples lives. Now retired, he kayaks the Estero Bay, Spring Creek, and the Gulf. A member of numerous environmental organizations, he co-founded his community Eco Club in order to get residents aware and involved in local issues.
Tim spent most of his professional career in investment management in Boston, Dallas and New Hampshire. He and his family have been visiting Southwest Florida for 30 years and have owned property on Captiva and Sanibel since 2010 and 2016 respectively. Upon retirement in 2019, he and wife Louise have lived on Sanibel eight months of the year. An avid fisherman and boater, Tim is acutely aware of the fragility of our waterways and joined the CWK board to contribute to improving water quality for Southwest Florida citizens and visitors.
Jason is a Southwest Florida native, business owner and boater. With roots in Cape Coral since 1972, the Pim family enjoys regularly sailing and fishing throughout Florida and the Bahamas. Over the years, Jason has become increasingly active in working to conserve local waterways and lands, advocating at a variety of coalitions, citizens groups and governing bodies. Jason hopes to ensure future generations enjoy the unique natural resources he experienced while growing up in the SWFL outdoors.