Heather is a second generation Wyomingite, native of Jackson. In 1963, her parents started a small river outfitting business, which she ran and grew into the largest of its kind in the Jackson Hole area. After 52 years of operation, she sold the company with 20 plus years at the helm. Heather’s love for the Mountain West, it’s people, place and wildlife is unparalleled. In addition to joining the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance board, she is a board member emeritus of the Snake River Fund and an advisory board member of the Teton Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The Alliance is excited to have her experience and passion for Jackson Hole on our team!