Originally from Dover, Massachusetts, Anne moved to Jackson Hole in the late 80s, and has lived there ever since. She attended Hamilton College, and later earned a Master’s in Landscape Design. Anne and her husband, Len Carlman, have two children, Madeline and Reed, ages 16 and 13 respectively. Len is an attorney who recently embraced a different career path as the Philanthropy Director for the Jackson Hole-based Teton Science Schools. In addition to raising her children, Anne volunteers in the community and has served on various nonprofit boards, including the Jackson Hole Therapeutic Riding Association and the Teton County Library. Anne is a passionate equestrian and competes in three-day eventing. Together, Anne and her family are avid cyclists, skiers, hikers, and river runners. A self-described land conservation “junkie” Anne is delighted to utilize her extensive local knowledge and passion for the Jackson Hole community to further The Trust for Public Land’s impact in the Northern Rockies.