Board of Directors

Dave Hohl
President, Pinedale
Born in Seattle, raised on Whidbey Island, and studying forestry at the University of Washington, Dave has had a close attachment to the outdoors from early on. After college, he Read More
Paige Smith
Vice President, Cheyenne
Paige has lived in Wyoming for 35 years. She grew up in Baltimore, Maryland but always felt drawn to the West—too much heat and humidity in her home state! She Read More
Andy Carson
Born in southern California, Andy was introduced at a young age to the West’s natural beauty through family trips to Parks and other public lands. He attended Wesleyan University in Read More
Anna Mommsen
Treasurer, Jackson
Anna is a practicing attorney with a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law. She also has a master’s of business administration from DePaul University Kellstadt Graduate School of Read More
Liza Cuthbert-Millett
Member-at-Large, New Castle & Laramie
Michele Irwin
Green River
Michele Irwin has been a Wyoming Outdoor Council member since 1989, shortly after moving to Wyoming from southeast Idaho. The daughter of stream biologists, she grew up on a small Read More
Kathy Jenkins
Secretary, Cheyenne
Kathy grew up in Casper. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science, a master’s degree in international studies, and a law degree from the University of Wyoming. She was Read More
Judy Antell
Judy did her undergraduate work at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, White Earth Reservation. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Read More
Harold L. Bergman
Harold is Professor of Zoology and Physiology, J.E. Warren Distinguished Professor of Energy and the Environment, and former Director of the Haub School and the Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Read More
Scott Kane
Scott is the co-founder and co-owner of Creative Energies, a renewable energy system provider based in Lander. Scott has a bachelor’s degree in geology from St. Lawrence University. He spent Read More
Nic Patrick
Nic Patrick is a 5th generation rancher on the South Fork of the Shoshone River southwest of Cody. Nic previously served on the board of the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, and Read More
Hap Ridgway
Hap was born and raised in Cody. He graduated from Cody High School and went on to Dartmouth College, followed by a two-year tour in the Army before completing a Read More
Keith Rittle
Keith’s love of the Wyoming outdoors traces back to family trips to the West during his childhood in Pennsylvania. After completing a bachelor’s of science in geology at Indiana University Read More
Neil Short
Neil arrived in Lander in 1970 to attend the National Outdoor Leadership School. He stayed on at NOLS as an instructor, course leader, and an office staffer before attending the Read More
Ron Surdam
Ron is presently retired. During his career, Ron was a faculty member in the University of Wyoming Department of Geology of Energy Research, Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, Carbon Management Institute, Read More
Tim Wilson