Board of Directors

Owen Guthrie, President

photo

Owen is an Instructional Designer with UAF eLearning and has a background in Biology & Wildlife. Born and raised in the woods around Fairbanks, he is strongly interested in seeing Fairbanks sustain its green spaces and unique “city in the boreal forest” nature.  (907) 322-3462 • 1470 Ithaca Rd., Fairbanks, AK, 99709

 

Martha Raynolds, Treasurer

Martha is a plant biologist with an interest in a variety of ecological issues. She came to Alaska in 1982 and has worked in the Arctic in Alaska, Canada, and Russia. She enjoys cross-country skiing and camping with her family. She was one of the original board members for the Interior Alaska Land Trust and is interested in using private land ownership to further conservation goals.
(907) 479-3726 • 1636 Wolverine Lane, Fairbanks, AK, 99707


Jennifer Schell
jen website

Jen first moved to Fairbanks about nine winters ago after accepting a position in the English Department at UAF. She lives in the beautiful Goldstream Valley with her husband and two dogs and loves recreating outdoors no matter the season. Jen started volunteering with the Land Trust in 2016, and  enjoyed the group and the organization so much that she joined on as a board member in 2017.

Seth Adams

Seth was bscreen-shot-2016-10-25-at-12-13-58-pmorn and raised in Fairbanks. With an education in biology from UAF and the University of British Columbia, Seth works as a writer and photographer, filling in the gaps with work as a carpenter. In his free time playing outside is the priority: Seth’s primary goal in working with the Land Trust is to resolve trail issues around Fairbanks. Protecting Fairbanks’ complex (and often chaotic) trail network equates to protecting quality of life. (907) 590-5009 • 1212 Denali Way, Fairbanks, AK 99701

Sama Winder

sama-flight-photo

Sama is a biologist currently pursuing her master’s in statistics at UAF. Having worked as IALT’s Project Coordinator for a year she became very involved in many aspects of IALT’s work and wasn’t ready to leave when she went back to school. She loves how easy it is to get outside in Fairbanks, and wants to keep these open spaces undeveloped and available to the community for years to  come.

Kayde Kaiser

Kayde

Kayde moved to Fairbanks from Montana in 2015 and is a Program Coordinator for Alaska Space Grant and NASA EPSCoR. She has a background in Geography and has a passion for developing self-reliance skills. Kayde joined IALT as an Accreditation Coordinator in 2016, and is eager to help IALT foster community through land conservation.

 

 

Advertisements