Chair: Dr. Dee Garceau
Dee worked as a Naturalist Guide/Program Coordinator for CFI during the start-up years, and has been an active Board member over the years. She is excited about CFI's future as an outdoor education organization for the twenty-first century!
Vice Chair: David Brown
David L. Brown is a managing partner at Moab Printworks, LLC, a source of fine art prints and custom picture framing and home to Printworks Gallery. He leads photo tours and workshops and writes a photo column for Moab Happenings.
Secretary: Tom Rees
Retired Building Contractor, Moab UT
Treasurer: Diane Hanson
Retired Sales and Marketing Executive. CFI supporter and participant since 1985.
Retired Teacher, Castle Valley UT
Canyonlands Regional Director, The Nature Conservancy in Utah
For more than 28 years, Sue Bellagamba has been working with the Conservancy to protect the lands and waters of southeastern Utah. Today, Sue leads the Conservancy’s projects in this region as the Canyonlands Regional Director. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University in 1979. Shortly after graduating, she arrived in Moab, Utah, to work for the Bureau of Land Management as the Westwater River Ranger, initiating her love of rivers and red rocks. Her current projects include working with water users to implement innovative solutions for more flexible water management that provides ample water for nature and people. And overseeing the Conservancy’s projects at Canyonlands Research Center with the aim of providing land managers with science driven solutions to adapt to climate change.
Retired National Park Ranger, Chief Ranger and Superintendent, and Texas State Parks Director, Moab UT
Retired Director, Four Corners Behavioral Health, Moab UT
Roslynn’s previous work as a naturalist in the Smoky Mountains and Yellowstone National Parks fuels her dedication to improve our natural environment and social systems that all depend upon it for survival. She is currently engaged in climate change programming at the national level and applies ecological design at the local level as a way to adapt to and mitigate projected climate change impacts.