As a Senior Regional Conservation Representative, Jeff Widen provides strategic support and direct assistance to campaigns focused on wilderness and conservation designations for BLM and National Forest lands in Colorado.
Jill Gottesman brings the skills of a diverse work history in nonprofit management, environmental education, wilderness therapy and social work to her role of Conservation Specialist for The Wilderness Society’s southeastern regional office.
Brent Martin is a lifetime conservationist and lives in the historic Cowee community of western North Carolina. During his career in conservation he has worked for the Armuchee Alliance, Georgia Forestwatch, the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee and The Wilderness Society.
As Regional Conservation Representative, Kitty helps lead The Wilderness Society’s efforts to protect, restore and raise awareness about Washington’s North Cascades region, one of the country’s largest and wildest ecosystems.
Dr. Janice Thomson is the Assistant Vice President of Landscape Analysis. Her experience in remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has been brought to bear on many types of landscape analysis projects in her time with the organization.
Jeremy came to The Wilderness Society in 1999 from the Alaska Wilderness League, where he served as the field director of a national grassroots campaign to protect wildlands in the state. Jeremy is currently the Maine State Director guiding TWS important work in that region.