Seneca was raised alongside three older brothers on a small farm in the Arizona desert. She has a love for people, nature, animals, music and our National Parks. She developed her affinity for animals at a young age and was active in both 4H and FFA. After studying at Southern Virginia University, she worked with at-risk-youth at the Parks and Rec Department in her hometown. She then worked for a National Park Service contracted concierge company in Phoenix AZ. Prior to moving to the Oregon coast with her husband and two dogs Jak and Charlie a year ago, Seneca was a manager at Crater Lake National Park for several seasons. Seneca has fallen in love with our coastal climate and loves whale watching, exploring the tide pools, and searching for agates. You can also find her hiking with her dogs, playing the piano, pouring handmade candles, or taking photos of our beautiful surroundings.