Crystal McMahon grew up in Southern Oregon and has worked for a social service agency called Options for Southern Oregon since 2001. Crystal completed a Master of Science in Psychology in 2009 and is currently employed at Options as the Director of the Oregon Supported Employment Center for Excellence, which helps people overcome barriers to employment.
Crystal was a founding member of the Klamath Lake Land Trust and previously served in roles of the Executive Director and Board President. Crystal has a longstanding interest in the natural world, including birds, fish and wildlife. She and several associates own 400 acres located on forest, sage steppe or along streams in Klamath County, that they're protecting and restoring for wildlife habitat. Crystal serves as the Board President for the Lomakatsi Restoration Project, which is a restoration organization with a focus on social justice. She has served on the Lomakatsi Board since 2008, and she recently joined the Native Fish Society as the River Steward for the Sycan River.
Natosha was born and raised in Klamath Falls. She received an Associate of Applied Science from Klamath Community College in 2011, and is currently working towards a Bachelor of Environmental Science with an emphasis in watershed science at Oregon Institute of Technology. She has done extensive in-the-field research concerning ornithology and entomology and has had her work exhibited at OIT and published in the Herald and News. Natosha is the mother of three very active children and has been a volunteer coach for Special Olympics Oregon Klamath County for the past 12 years.