Program Manager

Having been part of the restaurant culture in Teton Valley, ID for most of her twenty three years of residency, Andrea believes being a good steward to our home (the valley and the planet!) is to be aware of our impact on a daily basis. The restaurant world can offer awareness and consciousness from beginning…

Executive Director

With a background in education and wildlife biology, Iris has worked on conservation projects ranging from penguin research in Antarctica to rat eradication in the Aleutian Islands, but her home in Teton Valley kept calling her back. After earning a Masters from Cornell University and spending 20+ years leading outdoor expeditions with the National Outdoor…

Carrie has lived in the area for ten years and moved to Teton Valley in summer of 2020 with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. Carrie graduated from Middle Tennessee State University, though found her passion for sustainability and resource conservation a decade later. Previous employment taught her the value of community and how many…

Deb is passionate about the Three R’s of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, having recycled all of her life. A resident of Teton Valley for 10 years, she and her husband operate several businesses in Teton Valley. You may see her at General Laundry, out on a photo shoot with HG Photography or assisting with 2KS…

Secretary

Emily moved from the Adirondacks in Upstate New York to Teton Valley in July 2015 and quickly settled down roots in her Cabin in the Woods on Grove Creek in Victor. Prior to her move, she worked as Community Educator in Horticulture and ran the Master Gardener Program at Cornell Cooperative Extension in Essex County,…

Board Chair

Jo is a Maine native who moved to the Jackson area after college and several years in Stowe, Vermont.  She grew up in family where resource conservation was the norm and has integrated that into her adult life. Jo has a B.S. in Business and Environmental Studies and currently works as sales representative for a…

Lisa recently moved to Teton Valley after 30 years in Seattle and 5 years of country hopping. Although her career was in managing health programs for low-income populations, she has long been interested in sustainability and the three R’s including practicing recycling for over 40 years in 5 countries. She spends most of her time…

Stacey Oldham moved to the area in 1998 after Graduating  from the University of Montana.  While she started as a forestry major, Stacey quickly realized that her skills were more compatible with a career in the arts and graduated with a BFA. Stacey has had a long career in arts and design. In this capacity,…

Treasurer

With a background in farming, mountain guiding, and outdoor education, Sue has followed a sustainable living model for many years. She lives in an off-the-grid, solar powered house, saves scraps of many materials for reuse, and has a huge compost pile. Sue has a B.A. in Biology, and enjoys a wide array of outdoor activities…