The Jackson Hole Land Trust is seeking a Land Steward. Job description is linked below. Deadline: February 1, 2020. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Upcoming at R Park
Jr joined the Land Trust in October of 2017. Born and raised in the Bayou City, Jr’s appreciation of open space grew from exploring his local waterways and bikeways. He graduated from Reed College in Portland, Oregon in 2012 with a B.A. in Political Science focusing on International Relations. Jr brings environmental non-profit and community engagement experience from his positions as Manager of Programs and Development for the Greens Bayou Coalition and Trip Leader for National Geographic Student Expeditions. Jr enjoys trail running, travel photography, kayaking, and eating banh mi.
Ellie joined the Land Trust in 2017. Originally from bustling metropolis of Charlotte, North Carolina, she moved to the smaller town of Burlington, North Carolina to pursue her undergraduate degree, where she graduated from Elon University in 2012. Shortly afterward, Ellie relocated to Jackson, Wyoming to pursue her love of the outdoors. Ellie brings non-profit experience from her position as Communications and Events Analyst at Rendezvous Park. Ellie has now been in the Jackson region for over 5 years and enjoys skiing, backpacking, mountain biking and cultivating her expansive collection of vinyl records.
Jenny Wolfrom Holladay
Jenny joined the Land Trust in August of 2011. Originally from the small town of West Baldwin, Maine, she graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 2005 with a dual degree in Political Science and Communication Studies. Jenny brings non-profit and grant administration experience from her position as Program Coordinator at the Kodiak Area Native Association in Kodiak, Alaska. Jenny has recently relocated from Alaska to Jackson and enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking, running, and knitting.