Board Members

Laura Roll, Board President


Laura holds a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from Arizona State University and is a Registered Dietitian. She worked as a clinical dietitian in the Rogue Valley prior to starting a family in 1999. Her continued interest in the area of wellness has lead to a study of yoga and the sister science of Ayurveda. Laura is the mother of two wonderful children, Shea and Bryn, and currently works managing the home and pursing the 500 hour yoga teacher training. She enjoys spending time with her children, cooking and merging with nature. Her personal experience with CTSN has opened the door to a far deeper understanding of personal wellness as it relates to mind, body and spirit; this has inspired her to help others gain such a perspective.

Steve Kem, Board Member

Steve Kem

Environmental and Outdoor Education Instructor – Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon

Steve's work in outdoor education began after a life-changing month long course with Outward Bound over twenty years ago. Having experienced a deeply felt connection with the natural environment, he was inspired to go on to work with organizations including OB, The Wild Rockies Field Institute and the Outdoor Adventure Leadership program at SOU that help foster a strong connection with the natural environment and a desire to contribute to sustainability. He lives with his family outside of Talent, OR.

Craig Harper, Board Member


Conservation Project Manager – Southern Oregon Land Conservancy, Ashland, OR  

Craig has more than 25 years of experience in natural resource management developing and implementing conservation and ecological enhancement projects.  He and his wife Theresa were founding board members of the Jefferson Nature Center, the predecessor of the Coyote Trails Nature Center.  Craig grew up on the High Plains of Colorado, moved to Oregon in 1986, and now lives in Ashland. He holds an MS in geography from Oregon State University and a BA from the University of Colorado.  Craig was the Natural Resources Program Manager for the Rogue Valley Council of Governments for 12 years before beginning work at the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy in 2013.

Adam Airoldi, Board Member

Arborist – City of Medford, Oregon

Adam administers the Medford City Tree Program, coordinates community education and outreach activities; technical operations including tree assessment, pruning, removal, consultation, and planting; and implement Neighborhood Street Tree Partnership, and fuels reduction program.  He holds an MS in Forest Ecology and Management, BS in Forestry, and BS in Wildlife Ecology and Management from Michigan Technological University. He studied abroad at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology where he conducted research on alpine forest ecosystems.  Prior experience includes riparian restoration technician, urban forestry instructor, tree climber, trail builder, and commercial fishing contractor.  He is a ISA Certified Arborist and WMI Certified Wilderness First Responder.