Northern Rockies Advisory Board

Les is a writer and author, a retired nine-term U.S. congressman from Oregon, a former university professor of government, and now a kicked back devotee of the wild outdoors (the intrinsic logic of which surpasses all the stuff he had dealt with in DC). He was the first Democrat in Oregon...

Since 2003, Laura has served as president and CEO of The University of Montana Foundation in Missoula, Montana. She oversees all fundraising, gift administration, investments and management of private funds for The University of Montana. Before joining the UM Foundation, she...

Larry is retired after a 30-year career in high tech. He worked with many of the creators of the networked computer industry in Silicon Valley, including Xerox and Sun Microsystems, as an engineer and executive. In 1990 he co-founded and became Chairman and CEO of Remedy Corporation, which...

Paul retired in 2002 after a 36 year career in law, commercial banking and consulting in the Southeastern U.S.  During his years in private practice with a major Atlanta law firm, Paul helped rewrite the Georgia Securities Law and served in leadership positions with both the Georgia and American...

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....

Robert Stephens is owner of Elkhorn Native Plant Nursery in Moss Landing, CA.  He currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Santa Cruz Land Trust. He also has a long history of cattle ranching in central California. In the past, he was owner/partner of Ridgeline Systems, a...

Ed is president of Boulder Partners, and co-founder and developer of the Old Sawmill District, a $250M mixed-use urban redevelopment in Missoula, Montana. He is co-founder / Managing Director of the Northern Rockies Regional Center, providing low-cost mezzanine funding for special job-creation...