Get to know the Do Good Shit staff
Taylor Zehren is an outdoor/travel enthusiast that is passionate about environmental advocacy, scientific communication, content creation, and experiential education. Following a B.S. in Biology/Spanish from the University of Portland Honors Program, an independent research trip down the Pan-American Highway, and a Fulbright Scholarship in Argentina she was able to blend her passions as a Co-Founder of Do Good Shit.
In her role as Executive Director of the organization she focuses on applying her skills to program development, cultural exchange with community partners, and the science behind the solutions.
Thor is an energetic adventurer that has rooted himself in social entrepreneurship and purposeful expedition storytelling. Born and raised in the Sierra Nevada’s, Truckee has been his home base his whole life and is a direct influence to his unwavering passion for the outdoors. In November 2018, Thor helped co-found Do Good Shit after becoming exposed to the uncomfortable reality of the mismanaged human waste on Mt Everest.
Stepping into an Executive Director role, Thor brings a unique vision to the organization, focusing on the translation of abstract problems into tangible solutions. He developed this experiential based framework for SeaLegacy in 2018, and helped infuse it into the success of a ‘Plastic Alchemy’ activation – a demonstration of turning plastic water bottles into a 3D printed surfboard.