Alyssa Acosta is the Director of Philanthropy at Colorado Open Lands with more than 10 years of fundraising experience.
Tony recently concluded his six years of service with the National Wildlife Federation, most recently serving as Senior Vice President, Conservation and Education.
Chelsea comes to Colorado Open Lands’ Stewardship team after working with the Boulder County Parks & Open Space’s Conservation Easement Program.
Cheryl Cufre leads COL’s conservation easement stewardship and landowner assistance programs.
Heather Doyle-Maier brings two decades of non-profit bookkeeping experience to Colorado Open Lands and believes that reliable and accurate financial work are a foundation for effective community action.
Carmen Farmer is the Project Manager for the Northern Front Range and Lower South Platte Basin.
Karen has variety of field experience and skills important to conservation easement monitoring, land care and sustainable water programs.
Growing up on a small cattle and horse ranch in southern California, Chris developed a deep appreciation for our open lands
Cheyenne Johnson has over 15 years of experience in philanthropy.
Griselda earned her B.S. degree in Wildlife & Conservation Biology along with a minor Ethnic Studies. She has worked for the National Park Service in Alaska and Florida.
Kelsey joined COL after many years working in environmental education.
Ben Lenth joined Colorado Open Lands following eight years as Executive Director at San Isabel Land Protection Trust in Westcliffe, CO
Dennis joined the COL Stewardship Team in April 2021 as a Fellow.
Jenn obtained her undergraduate degree in Environmental Science and Economics as well as a master’s degree in Geographic Information Science from the University of Denver.
Joel is a Conservation Project Manager focusing on the acequia communities in the San Luis Valley.
Sarah has spent over a decade at Colorado Open Lands and leads COL’s private land conservation work.
John joined Colorado Open Lands in 2014 and is the Conservation Project Manager for the Gunnison Basin and northwest Colorado.
Pam arrived at Colorado Open Lands in April 2018 with a passion for the outdoors and more than 25 years of management and operations experience