We would like to officially welcome Margosia Jadkowski to WLP as our new, full-time Program Director!
Originally from Maine, Margosia studied Geology at Colby College, has a Master’s Degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University, and has worked on sustainable resource management projects throughout the US, Spain, and Thailand.
After working as an Environmental Planner for the City of Savananh, Georgia for several years, Margosia came west for the mountains, and enjoys running and biking the Whitefish Trail with her dog, backpacking, skiing, and fly fishing. Previous to joining Whitefish Legacy Partners, Margosia was the Outreach Coordinator for the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation. We are more than excited to have such a motivated and hard-working staff member join the team.
Alan takes on Development and Fundraising
Entering his third year with WLP, Alan Myers-Davis has transitioned to Director of Development for the organization. Originally from East Tennessee, Alan holds a degree in Geology from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. He spent two years developing a new environmental-youth, grant program in Charleston, and after a variety of jobs from commercial fishing in Alaska to designing and installing vegetated roof systems, Alan is excited to be back in the non-profit sector. He genuinely believes in the value of protecting our land base, and is excited to be a part of such a diverse team. He can usually be found adventuring outdoors biking, skiing, climbing, hiking or floating somewhere awesome with his wife, Frances.