Judy is integral in the finance management and function of MSI.
Marcie serves as Executive Director and landscape ecologist for MSI
Anthony is a Jack-of-all-trades for Mountain Studies Institute; from field work, to project management, GIS analysis
Lacey serves as the nonprofit management intern for MSI. She works with the MSI staff to promote events, develop volunteers and supporters of MSI, communicates with members and the public, and assists with nonprofit management. Lacey is passionate about botany, geology, and plant-human interactions. Lacey has worked as a botanist’s assistant for graduate students at the University of Montana and in the Pisgah National Forest in Asheville, North Carolina which has led to her love for botanical research and plant ID. At the University of Montana, Lacey was involved in the University of Montana’s environmental group, Climate Action Now, where she was fortunate enough to attend the Powershift Conference in Washington DC back in 2011.
Aaron manages programs and organizes community involvement in mountain science.
Amanda leads MSI’s programs for community engagement and citizen science and is an expert botanist.
Scott contributes his expertise in aquatic ecology, landscape ecology, and spatial analysis to MSI.
Tim's expertise includes assisting in the design and implementation of wetland restoration projects in the San Juan Mountains.