Laurie Andrews, Board Chair
Passionate about the outdoors, Laurie has spent the past 15 years assuring that prime wilderness in Wyoming is under protection. As Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Land Trust since 2008, Laurie leads strategic conservation efforts across the Greater Yellowstone region. Prior, she secured land and raised support for conservation with The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming, Washington and California. Laurie spends every free moment in motion on the land that motivates her; running, fishing, biking, skiing. She dreams of open and wild spaces.
Scott Pierson, Secretary
Scott is a leading member of the community locally, regionally and on a state basis. Over the past 38 years in Jackson Hole he has developed a thorough understanding of the issues facing the Jackson Hole area and the surrounding communities. His degree in biology created a foundation to understand the land and how it relates to public use. Pierson Land Works LLC was founded over 25 years ago as a company focused on community land use and development. The depth of his community involvement is longstanding with the local, state and professional communities. Currently, in addition to the Rendezvous Land Conservancy, he is a member and former president of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, a member of the Teton Conservation District board of supervisors and the Teton County Building Corporation.
Hal Hutchinson, Treasurer
A multi-generational Colorado native, Hal developed his love of mountains and all the beauty and pleasure they provide during his years exploring the Colorado Rockies. After receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Northeast US, Hal returned to the Rocky Mountains to bring his knowledge and experience in historic preservation and land use planning to the region. After many years working in these fields in his home state, Hal and his wife Robin moved their three children to Jackson Hole to raise their family among the mountains and rivers of northwest Wyoming.
Made possible by generous support and donations from the community our fundraising efforts are crucial and ongoing. To make our conservation work a reality, mail donations by check via USPS to PO Box 6430 | Jackson, WY 83002 or make a gift by credit card online.
To learn about Rendezvous Park’s Advisory Board, visit here.