Dennis Glickhas over 30 years of experience in community-based conservation and rural development. He has helped communities in the Northern Rockies plan for the future and address important natural resource and development issues. Dennis has authored numerous publications and has been a featured speaker throughout the West. He holds a BS in Forestry from Oregon State University and a MS in Natural Resource Management from the University of Michigan.
Jen Boyer has directed and organized Western watershed groups including the Lower Rogue River in Oregon and the Big Hole River in Montana. She has served as the co-chair of the Montana Watershed Coordination Council and led or organized several community-based planning efforts and facilitated training workshops on related topics. Jennifer’s academic background is in fisheries, rural sociology and facilitation with a BS from Cornell University and a MS from Oregon State University.
Jerry Grebenchas worked in the community design profession in Montana for 15 years. Between 1999 and joining Future West, he has worn many hats, including: working in the private sector managing the development of private lands; as a local land use planner and county planning director; for the State of Montana providing practical advice and assistance to local governments; and most recently as a project manager for the Sonoran Institute working on conservation projects in Montana and Wyoming. Jerry received his BA in History from the University of Minnesota, Duluth and MA in Geography, from the University of Montana
Corky Logan, our administrative assistant, has over 30 years of experience in accounting, payroll, office management, grant and project coordination, fundraising, budgeting graphic design, database management and more. She has worked in the non-profit sector for the past 15 years.
Monique DiGiorgiobegan her career as a field ornithologist and then moved into the non-profit world and has the expertise for building small organizations from the ground up. Bringing individuals of differing perspectives together to find common ground has been at the heart of many of the conservation projects she has catalyzed across the West. Monique has worked in both the Southern and Northern Rockies on wildlife and private lands conservation for the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project, Chama Peak Land Alliance, and the Western Environmental Law Center. Monique is currently the Executive Director of the Chama Peak Land Alliance in partnership with Future West. Monique has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Notre Dame.