Board of Directors

V. Alaric Sample

Chair Washington, DC

Ken Smith

Vice Chair Sewanee, TN

Amber Ellering

Secretary
St. Paul, MN

Kaärsten Turner Dalby

Treasurer
Conifer, CO

Bill Bradley

New York, NY

Alan Calfee

Dorset, VT

Seth T. Cohen

Santa Fe, NM

John Fenderson

Nashville, TN

Peter Hayes

Portland, OR

Kathy Holian

Glorieta, NM

Robert Hrubes

Emeryville, CA

Richard Morrill

Immediate Past Chair
Greensboro, VT

Mary Snieckus

Silver Spring, MD

Alaric (Al) Sample – Chair and founding member

President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Pinchot Institute for Conservation Washington, D.C.

Ken Smith – Vice Chair

Forestry professor and Assistant Dean, Sewanee: the University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee

Amber Ellering - Secretatry

Forest Policy and Planning Supervisor Minnesota Dept of Natural Resources St. Paul, MN

Kaärsten Turner Dalby – Tresurer

Vice President of Ecological Services, The Forestland Group, LLC Conifer, Colorado

Bill Bradley

Senior partner, Eversheds-Sutherland (US) LLP law firm New York City

Alan Calfee

Calfee Woodland Management Dorset, Vermont

Seth T. Cohen

Cohen Law Firm, LLC, Santa Fe, New Mexico

John Fenderson

Nashville, Tennessee

Peter Hayes

President of Hyla Woods. Portland, Oregon

Kathy Holian

County Commissioner Santa Fe, New Mexico

Robert J. Hrubes

Executive Vice-President of SCS Global Services Emeryville, California

Richard Morrill

Northern Forest Conservation Services, LLC Greensboro, Vermont

Mary Snieckus

Natural Resource Policy Associates, Silver Spring, MD

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“I serve the Forest Stewards Guild because it is a hub of creativity, and a fascinating community centered on a worthwhile mission.”

Amber Ellering

Secretary
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“I am impressed with the Board members’ commitment to ecologically sound forest management practices. I strive to contribute to the Board’s consideration of business and legal issues that arise in a non-profit context.”

Bill Bradley

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"The Guild's mission of promoting sustainability in forest management is made all the more important as our forests face increasing stress due to climate change."

Seth T Cohan

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