Darren Ranco is a member of the Penobscot Indian Nation and a faculty member with the University of Maine’s Department of Anthropology, as well as the Chair of Native American Programs and Coordinator of Native American Research. He is also a member of the planning team for the Wabanaki Commission on Land and Stewardship.
Daniel Student is a consultant with Potrero Group, where he has focused on board transformation, executive search and program management for, amongst others, Outdoor Afro, North Cascades Institute and the California Natural Resources Agency. Daniel has been a cultural, environmental and social sector leader for over fifteen years and brings a unique cross-section of creative […]
Simon Sidamon-Eristoff serves as senior counsel to American Farmland Trust through the Washington, DC law firm of Kalbian Hagerty LLP. He previously served as AFT’s in-house general counsel, as Conservancy Counsel at the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and as Regional Counsel at the Trust for Public Land. Simon is a past chair of the governing boards of […]