Jeanne’s life has been an immersion in living in the world’s most scenic settings. She lived her early years in various U.S. National Parks, including Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon. As a result of growing up in these outdoor settings, she gained a deep appreciation of and respect for our natural resources. She received her Bachelors in biology at the University of Colorado and her Master’s in education at Colorado State University.
Jeanne’s passion has been to be involved in the conservation field for over 30 years, working for the National Park Service, Alaska Fish and Game Department, Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and Aspen Valley Land Trust. She established several non-profit organizations and was the founding Executive Director of the Roaring Fork Conservancy, a watershed group that works in the valley between Aspen and Glenwood Springs in Colorado. Jeanne was a founding board member and the first Executive Director of the Colorado Watershed Assembly, an umbrella organization of over 45 watershed groups throughout the State of Colorado. Prior to joining the Mountain Area Land Trust, Jeanne served as the start-up Executive Director for the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, located in Denver, where she coordinated over 45 nonprofits working on sustainability issues.
Jeanne has been privileged to serve as Mountain Area Land Trust’s Executive Director since January 2009. She has lived with her husband in Evergreen since 2007.
After enjoying childhood summers in Gunnison, CO for many years, Linda had an opportunity to move to Colorado from the Midwest in 1985. Following a four year period in London from 1991 – 1995, she moved back to Colorado and has lived in Evergreen ever since. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and a post-baccalaureate certification in Biomedical Communications from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She worked in the travel industry for many years and then worked in sales, marketing and special events for a national real estate green designation program. Linda joined Mountain Area Land Trust in 2012 and is currently the Communications Director.
Linda continues to enjoy her passion for traveling in the United States and abroad with family and friends. She enjoys hiking and snowshoeing in Colorado with her family and her golden retriever.
Lynn moved to Evergreen, Colorado with her husband and 13 year old son in December of 2014, after living on the Delmarva Peninsula in Delaware and Maryland for most of her life. Lynn received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and for almost twenty years was Campaign Finance Director for U.S. Congressmen Wayne Gilchrest and Frank Kratovil.
More recently, Lynn was the Outreach Coordinator for Queen Anne’s Conservation Association (QACA) in Centreville, Maryland. QACA is the Eastern Shore of Maryland’s oldest land use and conservation organization. Lynn managed donor outreach, communications, budgets, finance and advocacy for the association. In addition, Lynn has worked with the Maryland League of Conservation Voters on special event fundraising, and has managed the political fundraising campaigns of numerous state and local candidates.
Lynn joined Mountain Area Land Trust as Development Director in February 2015, and enjoys combining her passions for land conservation and fundraising. She and her husband are avid hikers and lovers of the outdoors and enjoy spending their free time exploring the wonders of their new home in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Lisa joined the Mountain Area Land Trust in February, 2021. She moved west after receiving a B.S. in Environmental Geoscience from Boston College. Her career has been focused on the intersection of outdoor recreation and land conservation, working for organizations such as the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School, Great Basin Institute, Tahoe Rim Trail Association, Colorado Mountain Club and The Wilderness Land Trust. She also holds a Master of Forestry degree from the University of British Columbia. Lisa has lived in the Front Range foothills since 2010 and is proud to be raising two mountain kids in Evergreen.
Beverly Kerr takes an analytical approach to her work. She has a degree in Computer Science and Accounting and worked as a Systems Analyst and Programmer for 15 years before moving from the Midwest to Evergreen with her husband and two small children. After raising her children, Beverly again joined the working world as a Contract Business Services Provider and Bookkeeper. She also works as an Office Manager for a local company, Mountain Design Group and provides bookkeeping services for a couple small businesses in the Evergreen area. She joined MALT as a Bookkeeper in the spring of 2011.
Beverly is also engaged in many community organizations that support people and the environment. She has an appreciation for the mission of the organization and firmly believes in preserving the scenic land and water resources of Colorado from overdevelopment. Beverly’s passion is her Community Outreach Group which works on special projects for the local food bank, Evergreen Christian Outreach. She enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, traveling and working on her home.
Dylan joined MALT as the Land Steward in March 2018 after receiving a Master of Science degree in Conservation Leadership Through Learning (CLTL) from Colorado State University. He then accepted the position of Land and Water Conservation Specialist with MALT before moving into the role of Land and Water Conservation Director in 2021. Dylan is excited about his new role because of the opportunity to reach out and work with the landowners of MALT’s Conservation Easements. His formal training provides him with the skills to understand the human dimension of natural resource conservation and the different perspectives held by stakeholders
A native of Colorado’s Front Range, Dylan’s interest in the natural environment started in high school where he worked on a trail crew, providing a path forward in his professional career. This journey has taken him on diverse projects such as developing a conservation management plan for the Ya’axche Conservation Trust in Punta Gorda, Belize, to performing a sustainability assessment for the US Forest Service in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, with other assignments including supporting The Great Basin Institute’s vegetation and habitat assessment team.
Born and raised in Denver, Bob is a native Coloradoan whose roots go back several generations. Bob’s family has owned a working ranch near Bailey, Colorado since 1927. An appreciation of the cultural heritage is part of his DNA, and Bob has been involved in several organizations that help promote and preserve this legacy.
Bob attended the Colorado State University earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance and Real Estate, and obtained a Graduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Graduate School of Banking. Recently retired, he had been with CoBiz financial, Inc. since 1996, serving as Executive Vice President/Chief Credit Officer and Senior Vice President / Commercial Department Manager. Previously he was with BankOne, Colorado as Business Banking Manager and Relation manager.
In 2012, Bob and his sister worked with MALT to create a conservation easement for their ranch, allowing it to continue as a working enterprise into perpetuity while conserving the natural resources. Through this experience, Bob developed an interest in utilizing his financial expertise to help MALT achieve its mission and enable it to be financially sustainable so that future generations could also enjoy the scenic and natural beauty of Colorado.
Bob lives in Centennial with his wife and enjoys time with his two daughters. His interests include skiing, ranching and fishing. He has been involved with several non-profits over the years, including the National Western Stock Show Association Junior Livestock Auction committee which generates proceeds that help fund scholarships for young people pursuing a career in agriculture. He has also participated on the boards of Goodwill Industries of Denver and Denver Children’s Home.
Pandora’s life has been defined by doing work that she loves. She started as a special needs teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia, then worked for Habitat for Humanity for 15 years in Colorado, serving as Development Director, Marketing and Public Relations for more than a decade.
Pandora moved to move to Colorado from Virginia shortly after college. The cycling, rock climbing, camping, skiing and the many joys of the beautiful outdoors beckoned and kept her here since. She was especially interested in being involved with MALT’s mission of conserving the area’s exquisite natural resources.
She’s had the desire to be a part of the foothills community in a significant way, from creating “Genesee Entertains” (home-based benefit parties) or working to create music events and benefits such as “Boogie at the Barn” with her husband and business partner John Erlandson. It gives her great joy to engage the community and bring people together. Her other leadership roles and community involvement include chairing her professional organization, chairing Colorado National Philanthropy Day, and serving on various boards. Currently she serves on the Leadership Evergreen Board.
Her work as a Realtor with PandoraJohnProperties at RE/MAX Alliance also gives her great joy. Pandora and John were recently awarded the Evergreen Chamber ‘Emerald Award” for embracing the unique Evergreen area and exemplifying what it means to live and do business in this community.” They were also awarded the Colorado Serenity Standard Award– “Considered by Colorado Serenity to be the basis of comparison…an approved model and of recognized excellence.”
Jim spent eighteen years as Chief Technology Officer and in other senior posts at Time Warner Cable. He and his team pioneered cable’s use of fiber optics as well as the delivery of streaming video and broadband services. Jim accepted a Technical Emmy Award in 1994 and was inducted into both the Cable Television
Pioneers and the Cable Hall of Fame. Earlier in his career, Jim held a variety of engineering and operating positions with cable companies in Hawaii, where he lived for fifteen years. He also co-founded a start-up there that manufactured videotape automation systems. Prior to his retirement in 2007, Jim served as Chairman and CEO at OpenTV, a San Francisco-based software company.
Jim lives in Evergreen, Colorado, with his wife, Trudy, an artist who works in ceramics and glass. His interests include woodland trail construction, biking and travel. He’s currently building a model of the Oahu Railway, based on information gathered during his years in Hawaii. He co-authored and published a history of that railroad, “Next Stop Honolulu.”
Originally from Baltimore, Sue grew up in an outdoors-oriented family, skiing together on the slopes in western Maryland and enjoying the mountains in the area in all seasons. After receiving her Business degree from the University of Vermont, she worked in banking for several years but wanted to be involved with an organization that had an impact on society. With her passion for social justice, she joined the Peace Corp and spent 3 years in Costa Rica, where she met her husband who was also a Peace Corp volunteer there. After completing the MBA program at Yale, she and her husband discovered Evergreen in 1995, settling in a cabin in Evergreen where the natural world was just outside her door.
Combining her business background and desire to be engaged in the non-profit community, Sue has taken a leadership role with several organizations including Friendship Bridge, Water for People, and currently at the Gates Family Foundation. She had been a volunteer at MALT shortly after moving to Evergreen and now as a Board member wants to ensure its continuing sustainability and access to the lands under trust through ongoing stewardship. Sue is looking forward to applying her expertise where it will have the greatest impact to the organization.
Sue and her family enjoy the many outdoor recreational activities in the area, including skiing and trail running. She lives with her husband who teaches school at Parmalee Elementary School and their three children.
Kevin moved to Colorado after receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Detroit in 1981. Lured by a friend’s invitation to explore the area, Kevin made the visit permanent, a decision driven by the exciting opportunities, engaging people and wonderful climate of the Denver area.
Kevin’s professional concentration is as an architect in design/build construction management for business aviation, creating environmentally conscious choices for his clients. With projects nationwide, Kevin became increasingly aware of the need to conserve lands as a buffer against development. He had seen earlier successes to conserve land in the foothills, through the efforts of Denver Mountain Parks, Colorado Open Space and MALT. Motivated by those successes, Kevin took the action to volunteer, becoming a Board Director at-large in 2017 working with the Development Committee.
Kevin continues to be impressed by the dedicated and enthusiastic efforts of MALT’s Board, staff, partners and volunteers to conserve the natural beauty of the area. He enjoys the biking, running and hiking opportunities that are provided by the easily accessible parks. In addition to these outdoor activities, he is also developing his musical skills for the piano and organ.
Michael is an experienced business lawyer and veteran General Counsel with an extensive background in business operations, including over forty years experience negotiating and implementing domestic and international business transactions, business formation and management, real estate acquisition and development, engineering and construction projects, and environmental permitting and compliance.
Michael and his wife Karen Coriden, D.V.M. moved to Evergreen, Colorado in 1979. Karen is the owner of Blue Spruce Animal Hospital in Evergreen. Their three daughters graduated from Evergreen High School.
Michael brings over 40 years of experience in business law and as corporate General Counsel, working for domestic and international clients in areas such as business operations, domestic and international business transactions, real estate acquisition and development, engineering and construction projects and environmental permitting and compliance. Michael is licensed to practice law in Colorado, the United States Supreme Court and the Federal District and Appellate Courts for Colorado.
Nikki moved to Evergreen Colorado from Pacific Palisades, California in 2013 for a change in lifestyle and to take advantage of everything the mountains have to offer. Growing up, she gained a deep appreciation for Colorado’s natural beauty from annual multi-week family ski trips in the state and backpacking adventures with friends in the backcountry. While living in California, Nikki frequented the Sierra Nevada mountains exploring the Ansel Adams Wilderness and Yosemite National Park many times each year. She learned of and chose to relocate to Evergreen through family ties dating back several decades. Nikki became interested in MALT after learning of their efforts to preserve land, wildlife corridors, clean waters and access to Colorado’s wilderness, a mission close to her heart and passions.
Professionally, Nikki has nearly 20 years’ experience in marketing, advertising and business development. She began her career working for a leading advertising and public relations firm in San Diego, culminating in a management role with Vivendi Universal focused on entertainment marketing and development of corporate alliances. Currently she continues to leverage these experiences as a consultant, most recently leading to a highly successful campaign for the Call of Duty Endowment, raising over two million dollars to fund organizations that assist unemployed veterans to re-enter the workforce. She also served for over a decade as a Luminary Member and Mentor at Step Up Women’s Network, an organization propelling girls from under resourced communities to fulfill their potential.
Nikki lives with her husband Ben and their Greater Swiss Mountain dogs and enjoys skiing, standup paddling, kayaking, fishing and hiking. She has summited several mountain peaks including Mount Whitney and Half Dome in California and Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa.
Tom grew up in suburban Washington DC in a house that backed up to Rock Creek Park, giving him an early introduction to the pleasures of open spaces and the native animal populations. After gaining degrees in electrical engineering from Rensselaer and law from Geo. Washington U, he moved to Colorado in 1962. He worked for 31 years for the Gates Corporation (parent of Gates Rubber Co.), starting out in International Operations and retiring in 1996 as Executive Vice President and General Counsel. In retirement he has been active in open space capacities for Jefferson County as a trail builder and inspector, volunteer naturalist at Lookout Mountain Nature Center, and member of the Jeffco Open Space Advisory Committee. He was also one of the early members of MALT’s board in the late 1990s.
Over the years, Katey has worked at various non-profit organizations. After college she worked for various non-profits with a focus on policy and the environment where she was involved in public education, public speaking, marketing materials, advocacy work, project and team management, organizational leadership: The League of Conservation Voters, Save The Bay (R.I.), Vermont Public Interest Research Group, and The Ocean Conservancy in Washington, DC and the Marine Debris Information Office at NOAA/EPA.
Here in Colorado, she worked in the late 90s as the welfare-to-work coordinator and business development manager at Goodwill Industries and most recently here in Evergreen as food bank assistant and nutrition educator at EChO. She is a Leadership Evergreen graduate and has served on its board, along with local non-profit Into Your Hands Africa. She also runs a private nutrition practice part time.
Katey is the mother of two college-age sons and likes to spend her time hiking, skiing, fly-fishing, biking and traveling with husband John. Most importantly, appreciates open space, clean air and fresh water. Like John, she is an avid supporter of MALT as well as Environment Colorado.
Although Bob grew up on Long Island in suburban New York, his connection with nature was strongly reinforced through the time spent on his grandfather’s farm in Maryland. This exposure kindled a life-long passion for the environment and nature that translated into a B.S degree in forest resources management from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. While in college, he worked a summer in Maine cruising and marking timber for International Paper Company. Bob continued his education and obtained an MBA from the University of Connecticut in business finance and strategy.
Bob’s 20+ years in his professional career included senior management roles in the manufacturing, distribution and commercial real estate industries. Bob’s career started as a CPA with eight years at KPMG where he rose to senior manager in the middle market practice, focusing on merger and acquisition support to industrial and technology clients. He successfully served as chief financial officer for several multimillion dollar businesses, optimizing performance, profitability and growth. In 2008, Bob established his own consulting practice, Pine Valley Management, which provides financial and strategy expertise to lower middle market clients.
Bob is a life member of the Nature Conservancy (TNC). After moving to Colorado in 1994, Bob continued his volunteer work with the TNC Colorado chapter and served as board president for Denver Audubon for two years. During his tenure on the board, Denver Audubon developed the Chatfield Nature Center in the historic homestead buildings at Chatfield Park. Bob has also served on the boards of the Clear Creek School District and the Adoption Alliance, an adoption and foster care agency.
MALT’s mission resonates with him every day as he lives, works and plays in the conserved lands surrounding Evergreen. Bob lives in Evergreen with his spouse, Nancy and two boys, John and Ty, and he enjoys hiking mountain peaks, trail running and biking around beautiful Colorado.
Anne McLean was born in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on January 24, 1948 and was raised in Calumet and Houghton, Michigan. Anne was outdoors nearly year round–her family skied after school and every weekend. Summers were spent at a cottage on a lake, surrounded by beautiful lakes and forests where she spent much of her time hiking and appreciating nature. During the winters, the family came to Colorado to ski.
Anne attended the University of Michigan and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Colorado lured her back with its blue skies, great weather and outdoor activities. She attended medical school at the University Of Colorado and completed an internal medicine residency at Presbyterian Saint Luke’s in 1985. After starting a private practice in outpatient and inpatient internal medicine, she joined New West Physicians in 1994 and retired in September of 2014. Anne is passionate about the environment and saving open spaces. An early MALT Board member introduced her to some of the organization’s successes in preserving open space, and once she retired, Anne decided to invest more of her time and energy in supporting MALT’s mission. Anne lives with her husband Dave Donaldson and enjoys the company of her three step-children, six grandchildren and two cats. She also spends time outside in the environment skiing, hiking, bicycling, and gardening, as well as cooking.
Originally from St. Louis, Pat first moved to Colorado to attend the University of Denver where he received his undergraduate and law degrees. Pat’s legal and consulting career took him to a number of locations around the country, including Los Angeles, Washington DC and Chicago. Pat retired as a partner with the accounting and advisory firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2015, where he served in regional and national leadership roles in the firm’s human capital advisory practice.
Pat’s passion for education and the outdoors has guided his volunteer activities including serving as a district school board president in Illinois, and most recently as a member of the community board which oversees the operations of Beaver Ranch (a JeffCo Open Space park). Since moving to Conifer in 2016, Pat and his wife Ute have embraced mountain life, and can frequently be seen hiking, skiing, cycling and horseback riding, as well as spending time with their six adult children and three grandchildren.
Growing up in Colorado and being able to hike/climb/camp in nearly every area in the state has given Rod a great appreciation for the special resources in Colorado. He is passionate about preserving the wildlife habitat, clean waters and scenic vistas that make this area unique and attractive by creating a legacy for current and future generations. Through his activities with MALT, Rod helps Colorado continue to wisely approach the conflicting demands of an increasing population, access to public lands, and the preservation of private lands.
Rod worked in the technology sector, most recently as Director of Network Planning & Engineering for Verizon Wireless. Although technically retired, he maintains a presence in the business world through ownership and consulting roles in several real estate & technology-based companies. He currently serves in leadership roles at two other non-profits: University of Colorado Alumni Association Directors Club and The Morgan Family Foundation. Rod resides in Conifer, CO with his wife, Kathy Estes. He is the proud father of two daughters and four grandsons. He and Kathy share an active lifestyle including golfing, hiking, scuba, kayaking and wild animal rescue/rehabilitation. Rod is also an avid climber. He has climbed over 50 peaks in Colorado and Europe, Denali in Alaska, Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya in Africa, and Alma Negra in Argentina.
Originally from Rhode Island, Nadja has felt a pull west since she first visited Wyoming at age 12. After graduating from Georgetown University with a MA in English, Nadja briefly lived in New York City where she taught middle school English and was a ski instructor on the weekends. The West continued to call to her, so she and her husband Jim packed up their belongings and traveled west. Once they saw the Flatirons outside Boulder, they knew that they had found the right place.
Nadja is passionate about the outdoors and believes strongly in the mission of MALT. Conserving the land and providing stewardship for future generations drives her desire to give her time and energy to the organization.
In addition to serving on the MALT Board, Nadja also participates on the Board of Trustees for Evergreen Country Day School. Nadja and Jim have 3 amazing kids from ages 6-15. In her spare time, Nadja writes as-of-yet unpublished middle grade novels about the messiness of life and enjoys hiking and skiing, especially skiing with her kiddos.
Lori is founder and owner of New Bridge Strategies a national opinion research company. Lori has directed research efforts for hundreds of political and public affairs campaigns throughout the country, including polling on behalf of presidential campaigns.
Lori has a unique niche as a “conservative conservationist.” She has polled extensively for conservation organizations, including The Nature Conservancy, the Trust for Public Land, Environmental Defense, National Wildlife Federation, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Wilderness Society, the League of Conservation Voters, NRDC, the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University. This has included extensive research on land conservation, including helping land trusts and related efforts communicate about the work they do.
Lori first came to Colorado to attend the Keystone Science school when she was 14 and her love for the mountains embedded itself in her soul. She spent a decade in Washington DC – first graduating cum laude from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a B.S. in International Politics, followed by polling for a Gallup affiliate. She now lives in Golden with her aspiring scientist daughter and future Major League baseball player son. Her two children are the real reason for her involvement with MALT and its efforts to conserve natural areas along the Front Range for future generations. She knows that the Mountain Area Land Trust is helping to maintain our good quality of life, and ensuring more children grow up learning about and seeing nature around them.
After graduating from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, Marion had her sights on working in New York City in International Business. However a life-changing event occurred in 1991 that steered her into a totally different career path. Marion completed the Physician’s Assistant program at Duke University in North Carolina and obtained a Masters of Health Sciences in 1996.
Marion first came to Colorado in 1992, working as a wrangler on a guest ranch near Shawnee where she met her husband Jeff, a former MALT board member. During his tenure, Marion learned of the great work MALT was doing preserving land, wildlife corridors and Colorado history. She and Jeff now enjoy introducing their 10 year old daughter to the beauty of Colorado through skiing, biking, hiking and the occasional garter snake.
Improving lives has become Marion’s goal personally and professionally. As the beauty of Colorado continues to draw more people to our state, Marion hopes to help continue the vital preservation required to protect our land, wildlife and way of life in Colorado.
As a teenager, Jim’s parents transplanted the family from the small city of Ardmore, Oklahoma to Colorado’s Front Range. While initially resisting the move that would take him away from his friends, he embraced life in Colorado, making it his home since then.
Jim started his career in banking after receiving a degree in Finance the University of Colorado in Boulder, joining FirstBank in 1986. He became one of the youngest presidents in the history of the FirstBank Holding Company while successfully expanding the market and services for FirstBank of Evergreen. During this time, Jim started working with MALT on a professional basis until his retirement from FirstBank in 2009. Informed about the Vision and Goals of MALT, he joined the Board of Directors in 2010, serving a term as Chair. After leaving the Board in 2015, Jim continues his active association with MALT as an Alumni Council member.
What impresses Jim about the organization is the forward-thinking vision of MALT, the energy and commitment of its staff and volunteers, and the mission to conserve into perpetuity the lands and vistas that make the area a great place to live.
Jim and his wife, Laurie, reside in Evergreen, CO and have six wonderful children. Jim enjoys spending time with his family as well as taking advantage of the opportunities to golf, ski, and mountain bike in the beautiful Colorado and Foothills area.
Tandy is a former MALT Board member serving over 10 years for the organization during its early years. After arriving in 1980 in Evergreen, Tandy’s involvement with land-use in the Evergreen area became her passion. She was part of the founding group of Evergreen Area Balanced Land-use Effort (ENABLE) and worked tirelessly on the Save the Noble Meadow campaign in 1994 to oppose rezoning of the area. As part of her efforts with ENABLE and MALT, she played a significant role guiding the future growth in the Evergreen area. Tandy and her husband Peter reside in Evergreen.
Cleve is a former MALT Board member and graduated from the University Of Colorado School Of Business in 1977. He received a B.S. degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Real Estate and Marketing.
After graduating he worked in the title insurance industry for a short period of time where he learned a lot about real estate title issues, closing mechanics and what can go wrong on the way to the closing table
In 1979 he started his career as a commercial/investment real estate broker. In the early 80’s he started investing and developing in addition to his full time occupation as a broker. Also, in the early 80’s he became a member of what is now the “Mile High Exchangers” one of the largest and most active realtor creative marketing groups in the country. He is still very active in this organization and has been its chairperson twice.
Over the span of the last 30 years Cleve has brokered over 250 million dollars in real estate deals, many of which were exchanges or very creative transactions. He has completed over 150 renovations and construction projects and approximately 30 development projects personally. In the process he has accumulated a sizable portfolio of income properties, houses and land development holdings. Although he operates mainly as a principal today he is still an active commercial/investment broker and enjoys doing consulting and brokerage representations for clients.
For the past 25 years, Ted has been selling agricultural properties, primarily working, recreational and dude ranches and is licensed in Colorado and Wyoming. He is a member of the National Western Stock Show Association and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association, Realtors Land Institute (RLI), Pheasants Forever, a proud Marine, and a member of the Elks USA. Ted served on the MALT Board from 2015 – 2018.
David Higgins, Chair
John McBride Greene
Catherine Keske, Ph.D.
Suzanne van Hall
Dr. Candace Galen
Fred Van Dusen