With whom you will be working

Western Colorado Conservation Corps staff members are an eclectic group.  We hire and train a diverse set of leaders to provide the best quality of services.


The WCCC partners with individuals and groups that have a variety of interests.  Our job is to make sure that we're providing young people with the tools they need to succeed, while delivering quality services to land managers.


While helping young people develop, our professional staff is here to work with you on every stop along the way!

Jeff Roberts


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.  He is also employed part time by the Grand Junction Fire Department.  Jeff, his wife Alyssa and their son David live in Grand Junction, CO.

Clark Bouton


Clark has been at the WCCC since 2011. His Logistics and Special Projects include food purchases, vehicle maintance, 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 Corps building, Clark enjoys traveling with his wife, Pam.

Sue Love

Internship Manager

Sue work with the interns; she also does billing to get the money in, and she also works with HR, but her most important job is being a good grandma to her four grandchildren. They keep her busy most of the time. When she's not with her grand children, you can find her reading or making jewelery. "I love being around the young people; I believe in what we do here." 

Calen Vickers

Field Manager

Calen started with the WCCC in 2016 as a Crew Leader.  He returned in 2017 because he loves working outdoors and giving back to the community through service.  Calen enjoys working with crews to solve problems and ensure that their experience with the WCCC is meaningful and positive.  When not at work, he can usually be found crack climbing in the desert.

Brandon Irvin

Assistant Field Manager

Brandon began his career at WCCC as a corps member in 2016 to help build his knowledge and skill set with environmental stewardship. He served 2 summer terms before returning to run his own crew in 2019. Brandon is passionate about his community and the surrounding area, and finds joy in teaching important leadership skills and providing hands on experience to younger members of the community. On the weekends you can find him mountain biking and hiking around the Grand Valley.

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Matt Jennings

Associate Director

Matt has been with the WCCC since 2009, and he has served as the Associate Director since 2013. Matt is a graduate of CU Boulder and holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration from CU Denver. Matt is a Qualified Supervisor (Pesticide Application) with the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture.  

Tiffany Weimer

HR Manager

Tiffany has been with WCCC since 2017. With over a decade of management experience, she brings a depth of understanding of Human Resource issues and 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 in the local school district.

Marcus Kissner

Field Manager

Marcus is passionate about providing real world training and hands-on experience to the Conservation Corps members. As a two-time decorated combat veteran with tours in Iraq and Afganistan, he is a natural leader for Corpsmembers to look up to. In his free time, you can find Marcus at the baseball diamond, playing baseball with his son or on the Grand Mesa hunting. "With that being said..." 

Tina Myslinski

Assistant Field Manager

Tina began working at WCCC as a Crew Leader in 2019 after serving as a member with American Conservation Experience-California and completing Arizona Conservation Corps' backcountry mentorship development program and leading a youth crew. She enjoys coordinating project logistics, expanding her knowledge of chainsaw repair and techniques, and supporting member growth and success. When not in the field or office, she can be found exploring the Colorado Plateau and painting or drawing.

Brody Fullmer

Shop/Chainsaw Technician

Brody started at the WCCC in 2015, earned CYCA’s Corpsmember of the Year Award, and found purpose in the conservation efforts the WCCC provides. Since then, Brody has occupied every role at the WCCC from Assistant Crew Leader to Assistant Field Manager. In 2020, he has brought his skills as a hobbyist mechanic to the WCCC and now occupies the role of Shop/Chainsaw Technician, a natural fit given his experience with Stihl Chainsaws out in the field. In his personal life, Brody likes to spend time working around the house or working on his ’75 Harley Davidson Sportster and pursuing classic Harleys.

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