Kelly Ramirez joins the Washington Board with experience as a former Project Manager for the Trust for Public Land. During her time at the Trust for Public Land, she was primarily focused on Farm and Ranchland protection in Montana, Idaho, and Washington. Now at Google Inc., Kelly consults Travel industry clients on direct response marketing strategy, implementation, and new product adoption. An avid traveler, Kelly has spent several years studying, working, and living in Latin America, most recently for NESsT— a social enterprise firm based in Santiago, Chile. While at NESsT, she assisted in the creation of a business plan and community engagement strategy for Parques Para Chile the first Chilean-run Land Trust in Patagonia. A former mountain bike and trekking guide in the Tetons, Big Holes, and the Northern Andes, Kelly enjoys exploring new places with her husband Marcus and their energetic border-collie mix Rio. Kelly graduated from Dartmouth College in 2003 with a dual degree in Cultural Anthropology and Psychology.