Zenas “Zee” Crocker
Executive Director Zenas “Zee” Crocker grew up on Cape Cod and has ancestral roots in Osterville, Cotuit, and Marstons Mills. Zee graduated from Barnstable High School and earned an Honors BA from McGill University in Quebec.
Before taking the helm at Three Bays Preservation, Inc., in April 2017, Zee spent over 30 years in the financial services industry in Boston where he specialized in Institutional Equities.
When he’s not working passionately on clean water issues, you can find Zee on Nantucket Sound where he’s a lifelong fisherman and sailor.
Heather D. Rockwell
Heather is a native Cape Codder who grew up on the shores of Hyannis and received a BS in Biological Oceanography from the Florida Institute of Technology. Her passion and career for all things aquatic began at the New Jersey Academy of Aquatic Sciences, the Whale Adoption Project, the Soundkeeper Program at the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, and now at the Barnstable Clean Water Coalition.
Heather’s role as a delegate to the International Whaling Commission since 2000 has taken her around the globe to far flung places including Asia, Australia, South America, Europe and Africa.
She lives in Marstons Mills with her family, husband Michael and sons Colin and Derek, who root for all things Boston Bruins.
Jennifer Loughran returned to her home state of Massachusetts in 2016 after living in Connecticut and Texas for more than 30 years. Vacationing every summer on Cape Cod and in Rhode Island, she always knew that living by the water would be “home” at some point and now resides in Cotuit. After graduating from Bryant University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Jennifer spent 20 years in various human resources and training and development leadership roles in the banking and insurance industries. In 2005, she retired from the corporate world and started down a new path working in the non-profit space, which led her to joining Barnstable Clean Water Coalition in 2019. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys volunteering for many worthwhile causes, hanging out at Oregon Beach on sunny days and traveling afar to new places.
Luke is a native Cape Codder who grew up appreciating the Cape’s ponds, marshes, and woods. This led him to pursue a BS in Biology at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. However, the ocean called Luke back to the Cape where he has worked as a park interpreter, a fisheries observer, and most recently as an oyster farmer. He joined BCWC in spring 2022 with the goal of helping to protect the local waters and habitats he enjoyed as a youth. Luke currently lives in Mashpee with his wife Kacey and their many pets, where you can also still find him out exploring the Cape’s ponds, marshes, and woods.
Growing up on Cape Cod, being near the water and in nature was never uncommon for Livia. Through her appreciation of the ecosystems around her, she went on to attend the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, where she graduated with a BA in biology, minoring in environmental science and geology. After spending last summer at BCWC as a water quality intern, she is thrilled to be back full time working on water quality issues on the Cape. She hopes to eventually attend graduate school for environmental science. In her free time, Livia enjoys birding, hiking, and spending time with friends and family.
Raised in Montclair, NJ, Christy spent every summer at her family's house in Harwich (yet another dreaded summer kid!). She developed her love of water from those Cape Cod summers, particularly swimming and hopping the waves.
Christy graduated from Skidmore College with a BS in Fine Art and after graduation moved down to NYC to work in the arts. She worked in art galleries and at an art school, and then in an unusual career twist, worked ten years as a Newsdesk Editor at Time Magazine. After relocating full time to the Cape with her husband and young daughter Claire in 2009, Christy worked for nearly 10 years at the Cahoon Museum of American Art in membership, public relations and development.
After watching the water quality decline on the Cape, she doesn't swim as much anymore and has become passionate about helping find a way to fix it.
In her free time Christy helps restore their historic home and enjoys walks on the beach with her family and their dog, Hoppy.