Juliet Unfried’s connection with Jackson Hole began with her family’s first stay at Trail Creek Ranch when she was six. The area’s rugged beauty and caring community were not lost on her as a child and were key factors in her moves west from New York (initially in 2002 and again in 2017). She is happy to be back in the valley full-time, calling Jackson her home. “As residents of Jackson Hole, we need to protect the wildlife and wild places that attracted us to the area and nurture the community character that made us want to stay. I want to help the community grow with intention and integrity. I cannot think of a better way to protect the place I love and the things I love about it than supporting the Alliance.” Juliet comes to the Alliance with skills in organizational psychology, leadership development, and team-building. She has a B.A. from Wellesley College in psychology, a M.A. from Columbia University in social-organizational psychology, a certification in sustainable entrepreneurship, and is a certified coach. Her work focuses on helping leaders and teams develop new awareness in service of achieving their professional goals more effectively. We value Juliet’s expertise with nonprofit organizations, her past volunteer work with us, and her dedication to our mission.