Meet The Team
Water Quality Coordinator
Jayme Lowry is the administrative assistant and secchi technician for Grand County Water Information Network.
Jayme spent a year working at Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas where she fueled her passions in water and wildlife conservation. Jayme started a grassroots non-profit organization through Keep America Beautiful in Glen Rose, Texas to promote beautification and conservation through city and river clean-ups. Jayme values education and is passionate about water quality and preserving it for our future. When Jayme isn't in the office or on the boat, she can be found exploring the forests, foraging for raspberries, collecting rocks, and probably talking to chipmunks.
Mary Price is the Executive Director for Grand County Water Information Network in Grand Lake, CO. Mary has served as Lead Field Technician for GCWIN since 2017. Water quality and environmental education has been an integral part of Mary’s life from a young age. Growing up on an aquaculture farm in Florida, Mary formed a passion for water and all the living species that depend on its bounty. Mary graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, FL. Having the opportunity to lead this organization has been a dream realized. Mary is looking forward to leading GCWIN into the future while inspiring others to protect our precious water resources. When Mary is not on the job, she can be found enjoying Colorado’s outdoors with hiking, biking, and snowboarding.
Andrew Woodrum is the Water Quality Coordinator and Lead Field Technician for Grand County Water Information Network in Grand Lake, Colorado. Andrew grew up just outside of Denver and spent his formative years developing a passion for the outdoors. His time spent in the mountains is what lead him to a degree in Park Management and Conservation with a secondary major in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences from Kansas State University. Andrew began his journey with GCWIN in June of 2021 and is enjoying the opportunity to grow within the environmental science industry. When Andrew is not monitoring water quality programs, he is camping, hiking, rock climbing, and spending as much time outside as he can.