Virginia  Chapter

Executive Committee

Meet the people and faces of the Virginia Beach Surfrider Foundation Executive Committee, the passion that fuels our ability to protect our surf and sand.

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Chair, Aimee Rhodes

Aimee Rhodes a true Virginia Beach local, who has grown up enjoying the beaches of Virginia and North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Aimee is very passionate on protecting and preserving the beaches she so dearly loves. She gives back to her community regularly, with Surfrider Foundation Virginia Chapter’s programs, champions and events. She is dedicated to Surfrider Foundation’s mission for decades and is honored to be apart of the current executive committee.

 

Vice Chair, Morgan Wilds

As long as she can remember, Morgan Wilds has loved being outdoors and by any body of water. Born in the Outer Banks of North Carolina and raised in the Mountains of East Tennessee, she has always had a passion for keeping her backyards beautiful. She recently moved to Richmond, Virginia to finish pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies which she hopes to continue furthering her education. Her first year of college was spent at the University of Hawaii where she studied more waves than textbooks, but left with a much greater appreciation of the ocean and the determination to do all she can to protect them. She’s stoked to be a part of the Richmond Committee for Surfrider Foundation VB. In her free time you can catch her making day trips to VA Beach, the James River or hanging out with her pup, Rudy.”

 

 

Secretary, Addie Abcede

Biography TBA

Volunteer Coordinator, Mitchell Brown 

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Beach Clean-Ups Coordinator, Victor Enriquez Jr
Victor Enriquez Jr. is a local of Virginia Beach and a skimboarder. Victor is  passion to our community by helping Surfrider Foundation in their goal to keep our oceans and beaches clean. He looks forward to meeting new faces everyday and seeing you at our monthly beach clean ups.
Favorite Quote, “Everyday is a good day.”