Ann Zwinger, Emerita — Colorado Springs, CO
Natural history author and illustrator of prize-winning books, including John Burroughs Nature Writing Medal for Run, River, Run, Western Arts Federation Award for Downcanyon; A Natural History of the Grand Canyon; DHL from Carleton College, Colorado College, and University of Colorado; Orion Society John Hay Award for achievement in writing, conservation and education; Adjunct Professor, Colorado College; Instructor, Grand Canyon Field Institute, Canyonlands Field Institute, Catamount Institute, North Cascades Institute, Four Corners School of Outdoor Education; Board member of Catamount Institute; Emerita board member, Orion Society, Nature Conservancy, American Electric Power Company, Inc., Channel 6 (Denver PBS station).
Judy Durzo — Albuquerque, NM
Attorney, mediator and arbitrator; dedicated hiker of the Colorado Plateau; Board member of Cause for Paws Foundation, Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico, past vice-president of Grand Canyon Association, past president New Mexico Zoological Society and trip guide to Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Alaska.
Gary Ladd — Page, AZ
Southwest photographer and author of many books, including Canyon Light, Grand Canyon: Time Below the Rim, and Lake Powell: A Photographic Essay of Glen Canyon NRA; photography showcased in Arizona Highways, National Geographic, Sierra, Omni and Smithsonian magazines; past board member Glen Canyon Natural History Association, John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum; recipient of the Grand Canyon Historical Society 2004 Pioneer Award for significant contribution to the understanding and knowledge of the Colorado Plateau.
Holly Casman — Albuquerque, NM
Holly is a marine biologist and Director of the Albuquerque Aquarium, part of the Albuquerque BioPark, one of the City's most interesting and educational treasures. Holly brings her enthusiasm for the environment and its wildlife and her long experience in managing educational organizations to Grand Circle Field School.
Ron Hubert — Flagstaff, AZ
Environmental strategies consultant and educator, Executive Director, Hozho International; retired partner Deloitte Consulting and professor at USC’s business school; board service at Laughlin Ranch Sustainable Development Council, Haley & Aldrich, Museum of Northern Arizona, Center for National Policy, Planned Parenthood, Almansor Center; MBA (USC), Conservation Ecology (NAU), currently MS program in Environmental Science and Policy (NAU); author and speaker on business and environmental issues; 3rd generation Arizona ranching family; long distance runner.
Jane Cauvel, Ph.D. — Colorado Springs, CO
Professor of Philosophy Emerita, past Philosophy Department Chair and Assistant to President,The Colorado College; teaching Eastern philosophy, culture and comparative thought and interdisciplinary comparison of Western world views with those of Navajo, Pueblo, Hopi, and Hispanic traditions; Board member, North Central Association of Schools, Colorado Springs School, Women's Educational Society; devoted camper, hiker, angler and environmentalist.