Carolyn F. Burr, a shareholder with Welborn Sullivan Meck & Tooley, specializes in water law and represents clients throughout Colorado in all seven of the state’s water divisions. Carolyn grew up on a ranch in North Park, where she fell in love with magnificent landscapes. She is proud to be part of Colorado’s leading land conservation […]
John Woodard has spent over 25 years in the private equity industry. He began his career in The First Boston Corporation’s Management Buyout Group, where he worked with the team that would go on to form Vestar. In 1988, he left to join Wesray Capital Corporation, whose principals provided Vestar’s initial seed capital. Two years […]
Rod Slifer is a Colorado native and has been in Vail since its beginning in 1962. He served as Mayor 11 of the 16 years he served on the Town Council. He is a partner in Slifer Smith & Frampton, a Real Estate Brokerage firm. Rod resides in Vail with his wife Beth and daughter Alexandra.
Dan has worked in the conservation real estate field for over forty years in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He has completed many complex conservation transactions involving a wide-range of legislative, administration and private-sector real estate tools and incentives. He has served on several non-profit boards and public commissions, has managed several organizations, and […]
Will Morgan is a Colorado native and has lived everywhere else, but always comes back to Colorado. Currently, he is Director of Impact at Sonen Capital, an investment management firm dedicated to impact investing. Will has also worked in international development, social enterprise and philanthropy. He spends as much time as he can in the snow!
Martin Herz grew up exploring the woods of Southern New England. After living in California and Chicago, he has now called Colorado home for more than fifteen years. Martin spent several decades in the commercial real estate industry, primarily focused on arranging debt transactions for apartment and healthcare facility owners. He is now focused on […]
Ingrid Carlson Barrier is a proud Denver, Colorado native. In her career as an attorney, she has served as a Deputy District Attorney in Denver, as a lawyer in private practice with a natural resources litigation emphasis, and now serves as an attorney for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. She loves to take advantage of […]