The Housing Trust staff is guided by a knowledgeable and passionate volunteer board. Anne, Bettie and Carrie work together to engage partners, homeowners, community leaders and housing professionals in the pursuit of creative solutions to Jackson's housing problem. When they aren't in the office, they can be found actively engaging runners, skiers, boaters and unsuspecting tennis players in the pursuit of creative solutions to Jackson's housing problem.
Anne has been the executive director of the Housing Trust since 2003. As the affordable housing issue in Jackson gets more difficult to address, her commitment to finding sustainable solutions increases. When Anne is not pushing the envelope on affordable housing or fighting the forces of evil (as the mother of two young super heroes) she most enjoys backcountry skiing with her husband in the Tetons.
Bettie has lived in Jackson Hole since 1980 and has been the Program Director at the Housing Trust since 2006. Her role includes managing the sale and resale of the Housing Trust’s affordable housing stock (80 sales and resales...and counting!), making her one of the most popular kids in town. When she needs to take a break from making people’s housing dreams come true, she can be found crushing innocent victims on the tennis court.
Carrie moved to Jackson in 2014 after spending seven years navigating the New York City housing scene. At the Housing Trust, Carrie navigates an even more bewildering environment: land planning and real estate development in Teton County, Wyoming. In her spare time, Carrie enjoys trail running and talking about her cats.