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Board of Directors

Board of Directors
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Patrick Dominick
Chair

Chair I have lived full-time year-round in Jackson Hole since 2013.  We visited the region often in the decades prior to that.  My years in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) […]

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Jean Anderson
Member

A Wyoming native, Jeanie Anderson grew up in the Midwest and pursued her professional life on the East Coast and abroad, but has always considered Wyoming to be home. As […]

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Jim LaRoe
Treasurer

Treasurer With a background in real estate development, green building, and historic renovations, as well as climate action nonprofits, Jim knows that development requires managing the demands of internal stakeholders […]

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Bill Hayes
Secretary

Bill Hayes grew up in Houston and he and his wife Mary were first introduced to Jackson Hole in the mid-1990s by a good friend who has a second home […]

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LeeAnn InbergSchuff
Member

LeeAnn is a proud native of Riverton, Wyoming and comes from a very active and outdoorsy family who she credits with teaching her about the value of wild places and […]

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Beedee Ladd
Member

The Alliance is excited to welcome Beedee Ladd as our newest board member. Beedee is a resident of Wilson, Wyoming, newly here year-round. She’s been interested in the Alliance for […]

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Dave Sollitt

Following a 16-year career in national and international advertising in New York and Chicago, Dave and his wife, Kate, founded Riddell, Sollitt and Partners in Jackson in 2000. The advertising […]

Honorary Board Members

Gil Ordway (1925-2022)

Gilman Ordway has been working to protect wildlife, wild places, and the community character of Jackson Hole for many years. Gil and his wife Marge own and operate the spectacular Fish Creek Ranch in Wilson. Ordway moved to Jackson Hole in 1954 and was one of the first Jackson Hole landowners to donate a conservation easement on his property to The Nature Conservancy to ensure its preservation as open space.

He is a former board member of the Alliance, and has also served on the boards of the Woods Hole Research Center, the Wyoming field office of The Nature Conservancy, the Teton Science Schools, The Wilderness Society, American Farmland Trust, and the World WIldlife Foundation where he currently serves on their National Council. He is interested in environmental education and has endowed several scholarships at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

He graduated from Yale University, class of 1947, and received a law degree from the University of Colorado.

Addie Donnan (1924-2019)

Addie, along with her late husband Ted, were supporters of the Alliance since its inception and took turns sitting on the Board of Directors. The Donnans’ immense generosity with their time, efforts and knowledge was invaluable in making the Alliance what it is today. In honor of their service, we have named a key program for the Donnans - The Addie & Ted Donnan Memorial Conservation Program.

Addie played a vital role in organizing major fundraisers for the Alliance, including the Silent Art and Antique Auction and the annual “Addie’s Trunk Show.” She was also the major driving force behind the Alliance’s needlepoint rug project, rallying volunteers to create exquisite rugs, which are then sold to support the work of the Alliance. In addition to her work with the Alliance, she was a volunteer for St. John’s Hospital, Junior League, Red Cross, YWCA, United Appeal, St. John’s Episcopal Church, the League of Woman Voters, Teton Science Schools, the R.E. Lee Memorial Association, and the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

Ted Donnan (1921-2014)

Kathe Henry (1934-2011)

Louise Murie MacLeod (1912-2012)

Mardy Murie (1902-2003)

Tom Wiancko (1915-2006)

Phone: (307) 733-9417
info@jhalliance.org
685 S. Cache St. PO Box 2728
Jackson, Wyoming 83001