Jenny Wolfrom

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.

Katie-Chloe Stock

Katie-Chloe joined the Land Trust in November of 2015. Growing up in the Mississippi Delta, she always had a love for the vast and open agricultural landscapes that abound there. Katie-Chloe received a degree in Marketing Communications from the University of Mississippi and moved out to Jackson shortly thereafter. Having worked in public relations and the tourism industry since then, she is now excited to delve into all aspects of fundraising and development. She has grown to love the mountain lifestyle and community of Jackson and is happy to be working in part to protect this place she calls home. In her spare time, she enjoys adventuring with her dog Finley, skiing, music and spending time on the water.

Pam Case

Pam joined the Land Trust in February of 2001. She has been helping specifically with cultivating and maintaining new donors to the Land Trust. She has previously worked in the fields of education, travel and sales. Prior to moving to Jackson, Pam resided in Coconut Grove, Florida. She is originally from Iowa and received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. She enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking and skiing.