Mimi Mather is a designer and co-founder or Root House Studio, she designs communication media for non-profits, social entrepreneurs and government agencies.
Bob Hix is the Colorado/Wyoming Regional Director for Pheasants Forever. Bob started with PF in November 2006. Bobs love of the outdoors comes from his father who introduced Bob into the world of conservation, fishing and hunting at a young age.
Jeremy Gingerich grew up along the Palmer Divide in Colorado, spending much of his free time in the foothills or on the ranches of friends and neighbors.  After watching the ranches of his youth become subdivisions, Jeremy became interested in maintaining the remaining op
Dieter Erdmann is the Director of Conservation Operations for Colorado Open Lands, where he is responsible for oversight and management of all of the statewide land-trusts’ conservation real-estate and habitat restoration projects.
Greg Sherman is a native of Indiana and a long-time resident of Chicago, Illinois.  He received his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and recently graduated from the Chicago Booth School of business where he was the John E. Jeuck Distinguished Fellow.
Mike Higuera works for The Nature Conservancy in Boulder, Colorado, where he protects land through conservation transactions across the state.
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.
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.
Shannon Meyer, Western Conservation Manager,Land Trust Alliance. Shannon provides Alliance services to land trusts in the southwestern states, California and Texas.
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.
Ariel Steele is a former attorney who decided to "save the world through land conservation”.
Laura recently completed a Master's Degree in Real Estate & Construction Management from the University of Denver. While a graduate student, Laura performed land investment deals in Costa Rica on behalf of several American investors.
Stephanie Gripne, Ph.D. Founder, Impact Finance Center. Stephanie is the creative force behind the Impact Finance Center.
On paper, Wendy is a hydrogeophysicist, however, she is also an adjunct professor teaching Groundwater Law and Hydrology in the law schools at the University of Colorado and Denver University.  She is the founder of Hydro Info, a consulting company that provides public sh
Karen Eller is an Associate Director of Philanthropy for The Nature Conservancy. Karen first joined the Conservancy's Texas Chapter after graduating from Trinity University with a BA in English and minors in Geology and Environmental Studies.
Nathan is an environmental scientist with a diverse background.  His education includes an undergraduate degree in Environmental Biology with minors in Chemistry and Geology, and a Masters of Environmental Sciences with a concentration in Conservation Biology.   Nathan’s
Daniel’s expertise lies at the intersection of finance and social impact with specialized experience in sustainable real estate and business development.
Previous to the Nature Conservancy, Paul Bauman was the director of development for the CU-Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, where he helped organize and complete capital campaigns on the Boulder campus.
Katherine Hamilton is a consultant specializing in environmental markets and innovative investment in conservation. In this capacity, she is currently a Strategic Advisor for the Governors Climate Task Force.
Aaron Citron is a Policy Analyst for Environmental Defense Fund’s Colorado River Project based in Boulder, Colorado. His work is focused on agricultural water use, conservation and efficiency, and interstate water management.
Safran graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1998 with a degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation.
Tom Iseman is the director of the freshwater conservation program for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado. He works to protect rivers and wetlands and the plants and animals they support across Colorado and the American Southwest.