Rod Moorhead is retired from Warburg Pincus, a private equity and venture capital firm in New York, where he was employed since 1973. He currently serves as a director of Coventry Health Care, Inc. and Proximity Learning. Mr. Moorhead is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Taft School, a member of the Oversees Committee on University Resources, Harvard College, a member of the Harvard Medical School Board of Fellows, Co-Chairman of The Stroud Water Research Center, and a trustee of the Brandywine Conservancy. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in economics from Harvard University. He and his wife, Alice, split their time between New York City, Unionville, PA and Wilson. In his free time Rod enjoys fishing, fox hunting, golf and skiing.
Vince Lee came to the valley in 1967, following graduate school at Princeton and a tour in the far east with the U.S. Marines. He joined long-time Wilson resident, John Morgan, as a partner in the firm of Design Associates architects in 1969 and led the firm for 30 years following Morgan’s retirement in 1972. During the same period, Vince was a seasonal mountain guide and owner of High Country West, Alpine Adventures, the first local representative of The Nature Conservancy, and a three-term member of the Wyoming Quality Council in Cheyenne. He was a founding board member of the Jackson Hole Land Trust and served as President from 1981-1986. His son, Christopher, took over Design Associates in 2002, and Vince and his wife Nancy now live in McElmo Canyon, near Cortez, Colorado.
Darrick Walker grew up on an almond and pistachio farm in California and is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. He is a financial advisor and is also the owner of W4 Ranches which invests in the development and ownership of California almond and pistachio ranches. He is currently working on agricultural conservation easements for ranches in California and in North Carolina. Darrick has lived in Jackson Hole full time since 2006 with his wife Julie and their two children, Abby and William.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust works to protect and steward the treasured landscapes of Northwest Wyoming
Our vision is a legacy of protected open spaces, wildlife habitat, working lands and community spaces across Northwest Wyoming that inspire current and future generations.
Please contact our main office in Jackson.
185 East Hansen Ave, Jackson, WY 83001
P.O. Box 2897, Jackson, WY 83001