Jeff has been with the WCCC since 2011, and has served as Director since August 2013. Prior to his non-profit work, Jeff managed a retail store for 12 years. He ran a $24 million store and supervised 170 employees. Jeff has also served as a firefighter and an EMT since 2005. Jeff, his wife Alyssa and their son David live in Grand Junction, CO.
Matt has been with the WCCC since 2009 and has served as the Associate Director since 2013. Matt is a graduate of CU Boulder and holds a Master’s in Public Administration from CU Denver. Matt is a Qualified Supervisor with the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
Clark has been at the WCCC since 2011. His Logistics and Special Projects include food purchases, vehicle maintenance, tools and safety equipment, assisting other staff, and making sure the whole Corps experience is as useful as it can be. When not at the office, Clark enjoys traveling with his wife, Pam.
Tiffany has been with the WCCC since 2017. With over a decade of management experience, she brings a depth of understanding of Human Resources and a broad variety of institutional backgrounds to the organization. When she is not at work, Tiffany enjoys traveling with her family, being outdoors with her dog, and volunteering with the local school district.
Marcus is passionate about providing real world training and hands-on experience to members of the Corps. As a two-time decorated combat veteran with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, he is a natural leader for Corps members to look up to. In his free time, you can find Marcus at the baseball diamond with his son or hunting on the Grand Mesa.
Calen is a desert rat at heart. Dark and dusty canyons are his favorite place to be. Calen is passionate about sharing his knowledge and love for conservation on the Western Slope with the next generation of stewards at the WCCC.
Assistant Field Manager
Kevin moved to the Western Slope to serve here at the WCCC over a year ago and has since proved himself to be a capable and efficient leader
Assistant Field Manager
Tristian has come up through the ranks here at the WCCC and plied his trade across the western USA. He is excited to return to his roots and give back to his community.
Chainsaw Technician/HR Assistant
Brody has seen and done it all here at the WCCC. There is not a challenge he cant face nor a chainsaw he cant fix.