Chair: Walt Dabney
Retired National Park Ranger, Chief Ranger and Superintendent, and Texas State Parks Director, Moab UT
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.
Treasurer: Diane Hanson
Retired Sales and Marketing Executive. CFI supporter and participant since 1985.
Secretary: Tom Rees
Retired Building Contractor, Moab UT
Shawn is a professional educator, athlete and coach based in Park City, Utah. Over the past eight years, Shawn and his Daughter have supported CFI, it’s mission, vision and community of educators, on the Colorado Plateau and from afar.
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.
Wayne started his career as a canoe guide and evolved into a professor who studies the impact outdoor experiences have on people, communities and protected areas. He is a professor at USU-Moab and loves being in such an outdoor oriented community.