Trevor Stevenson

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"Trevor Stevenson, a conservationist with local roots and global experience, hit the ground running as the Alliance’s executive director in March 2011.

“It’s wonderful to finally be home,” Trevor says. “My family has lived in Wyoming for generations, and I was fortunate to grow up here exploring the beautiful forests and mountains and learning the way of life of the plants, animals and people who call this place home. I have traveled the world to visit some of the most beautiful places on Earth, but there is nowhere that I love more than Jackson Hole.”

"Born in Lander, Wyo., Trevor moved with his family to this area shortly afterward, graduating from Jackson Hole High School as the salutatorian of his class in 1996. He went on to earn bachelor’s degrees in environmental studies and sociocultural psychology from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, and later received his master’s in international development, community and environment from Clark University in Worcester, Mass.... Most recently, Trevor served in Washington, D.C., as executive director of the Amazon Alliance, a network of South American indigenous peoples and global organizations that work on environmental and social issues in the Amazon. Before that, he lived in Peru and managed Posada Amazonas, an award-winning, community-based ecotourism center in the Amazon rainforest. He is fluent in Spanish and hopes this skill will help the Alliance reach more members of the community."[1]


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  1. Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance Staff, organizational web page, accessed January 1, 2013.