Staff

CAPTAINS FOR CLEAN WATER – STAFF

CAPT. DANIEL ANDREWS
CAPT. DANIEL ANDREWSExecutive Director
Daniel Andrews is a full-time inshore fishing guide, born and raised in Southwest Florida. He fishes out of a flats boat for tarpon, snook, and redfish from Sanibel Island to Boca Grande. Daniel has witnessed the decline of the Caloosahatchee estuary growing up fishing these waters. He has spent tens of thousands of hours fishing and hunting across South Florida, in the Everglades, and in the Florida Keys. Passion for the outdoors is his driving force which keeps him fighting hard to protect the Everglades and estuaries that shape his way of life.
CAPT. CHRIS WITTMAN
CAPT. CHRIS WITTMANProgram Director
Chris Wittman is a Florida Native, and USCG licensed Master Captain. As an avid outdoorsman, Chris loves surfing, snowboarding, scuba diving, and camping, but hunting and fishing are his passions.
Chris has proven himself as a professional fisherman throughout the years as a high-end fishing guide and nationally renowned tournament angler. But it was his behind the scenes work as marketing director of Epic Outdoors Marketing that kept his various pro fishing teams at the forefront of the industry among hundreds of other successful teams. Because his grassroots marketing platform had such a strong following, he is the only angler ever given the opportunity by Lake & Bay boats to give away a fully decked-out Lake & Bay boat, with thousands entering the sweepstakes.
CAPT. KAYLA MCGUIRE
CAPT. KAYLA MCGUIREAdministrative Assistant
Capt. Kayla McGuire was born and raised on Pine Island, FL. Kayla is an active member of the community. Kayla’s work experience includes real estate sales and management as well as marina operations. Growing up in a community dependent on clean water, Kayla has witnessed the economic hardships caused by water mismanagement, and joined the CFCW team in 2017. Kayla is married to Capt. Cory McGuire, a full time charter captain. The two enjoy spending time together on the water fishing.
ALYCIA PAGE
ALYCIA PAGECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE
Alycia Page is a native of Southwest Florida, a place she credits for shaping her as an avid outdoorsman. After spending several years at a marketing agency, Alycia launched her business as a freelancer in the outdoor communications world. She also runs an outdoor blog that she uses to inspire meaningful living, disconnecting from our devices and spending time outside. After witnessing the devastation of the 2016 Lake Okeechobee releases, Alycia became a supporter of Captains for Clean Water, eventually joining the team in 2018. Alycia believes in the powerful, unified voice that is CFCW and that, together, we will save what’s left of the wild Florida we love.