Julie brings knowledge of land use patterns and environmental management to Bio-Logical Capital’s strategic decisions and investment analysis. She helps the team evaluate and communicate business models that integrate social, ecological and economic systems on the land.
John Tynan is co‑director of Upstate Forever's Clean Air & Water Program, where he works to reduce the impacts of land use change on water quality and reduce the size of Upstate's climate footprint.
Kathleen Staks has been the Program Coordinator for Open Space at Great Outdoors Colorado for the past two and a half years. She runs grant programs that fund conservation work across the state by land trusts and local government open space programs.
Liz Spence is the sustainable harvest project coordinator for the north and central coast region of the Nature Conservancy California.
Marcie Rash is a senior consultant at Tetra Tech EM Inc., an environmental consulting and engineering services firm.
Eric Kihiu is the Resource Development Manager for Rhino Ark Charitable Trust. After a stint in the business world (insurance and oil industries) in the mid nineties, he followed his true passion and joined the conservation ranks in Kenya.
Joe Morris is a veteran government relations and public affairs strategist who has worked in the city of Atlanta local politics and government arena for quite some time. Joe served as a project coordinator with Ahmann for the Atlanta Committee for Progress, an associatio
Shannon Meyer, Western Conservation Manager,Land Trust Alliance. Shannon provides Alliance services to land trusts in the southwestern states, California and Texas.
Jake MacArthur completed his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at the University of Virginia in 2000.
Stacey Kennealy is currently Certification Program and Sustainability Director at GreenFaith, an interfaith environmental organization that works across North America.
I am advising large landowners, investors and conservation organizations to develop innovative financing strategies to acquire, conserve, and manage large tracts of land in the US and abroad.
Bronwyn Green worked as a Senior Field Economist for the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics for over 5 years, and then went on to earn her Master’s degree at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management.
Victoria Edwards is Director of Research in the School of Environmental Design and Management at the University of Portsmouth, where in 1997 she designed and developed the MSc Ecotourism. She has held various pubic appointments and was awarded an OBE for services to the
Greg leads EDF's Corporate Partnerships "Innovation Pipeline" to identify and develop groundbreaking environmental initiatives with leading United States companies.
Josh Hottenstein serves the as the Rocky Mountain Region Partnering Chair & Arizona Director for the Cleantech Open. He is working to find, fund, and foster the nation’s most promising clean technology entrepreneurs.