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.
Alice Buckleyis coming to Future West from Yale University with a degree in Environmental Studies. She spent the past four years there running a leadership and organizational development program between Yale College and the business school, directing the environmental branch of campus think tank, and leading trips with the Outdoors Club. She is coming back to Bozeman after spending the past two summers working here, first studying wildlife management with the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative and then working for marketing firm MercuryCSC. At Future West she will be engaged in watershed protection and community conservation.
Randy Carpenterhas spent many years working with community leaders in the Northern Rockies, helping them understand the challenges that come with growth and change, and tailor locally-based solutions to those challenges. Before joining Future West, Randy was a community planner in Iowa, followed by 13 years with the Sonoran Institute’s Northern Rockies Program. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and a graduate degree in urban and regional planning, both from the University of Iowa.
Corky Loganhas 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.