The Housing Trust Board of Directors and Advisory Board are comprised of passionate members of our community that are committed to the complex issue of affordable housing.
|Board of Directors||Advisory & Emeritus Board|
|Lynne Wagner, President||Bomber Bryan|
|Kim Stertzer, Vice-President||Bob Hartman|
|Amy Minella, Treasurer||Jim Moses|
|Dale Hoyt, Secretary||Arne Jorgensen|
|Berte Hirschfield||Margot Snowdon|
|Katy Niner||Frances Tessler|
Lynne moved to Jackson in 1988. She remembers the first
question she was asked when applying for a job: "Do you have a place to
live?" 30 years later, Lynne remains grateful to have a home in Jackson.
With a background in accounting, finance, real estate and property management,
Lynne has a clear view of the costs required to develop and maintain affordable
Kim’s professional background is in financial analysis and property management. She has served on community action boards in California and New Mexico. As a fulltime resident of Jackson, she is energized by the potential to positively impact local socio-economic problems. Kim’s work in real estate locally deepened her appreciation of Jackson’s housing issue and motivated her to help the Trust address the housing challenge.
Amy has been a homeowner in Jackson for 30 years. Her professional background is in finance. She co-founded Cardinal Capital Management, LLC in CT in 1995 and was the Managing Partner until 2013 when she retired. She has been on a number of non-profit boards, including Greenwich Hospital, Project Redwood and Round Hill Community Church. Amy believes that it is imperative we insure that Jackson remains a diverse community where employees can live in acceptable housing.
I moved to Jackson in 2000 after coming out to visit a few times for Spring Break with the Hoofers of UW-Madison. I have a background in finance and in 2012 my wife and I were lucky enough to be chosen for a home in Daisy Bush, a property managed and developed by the Housing Trust. I enjoy hunting, biking, and running around the mountains straight from our front door.
Berte Hirschfield is retired from a career in new product development and market research. She was founder and serves on the board of the Pediatric Audiology Project as well as founder and served on the board of Jackson Hole Child Care Helpers. She has also served on the boards of local and state organizations including Bennington College, Teton Literacy Center, Grand Teton Music Festival and the Governor appointed board of the Wyoming Arts Council. The dire housing situation is of great concern to her and she looks forward to serving on the Housing Trust Board to find solutions.
Stan has been involved with construction, engineering and project management for over 35 years. Stan has been involved with nearly every major construction project in Teton County, Wyoming, including reconstruction of the JHMR Tram, the development of the Journeys School campus, and the public-private partnership to transform the trails, bridges and visitor complex at Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park.
Alex Friedman is a private investor, a board member of a number of national non-profit organizations, and the Chairman of Project Syndicate.
He is the former Chief Executive Officer of GAM, a publicly listed investment management company. Previously, he served as Global Chief Investment Officer of UBS, overseeing in excess of $2 trillion in assets, and as Chief Financial Officer of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Alex was also a White House Fellow in the Clinton Administration and an assistant to the US Secretary of Defense. He holds a JD from Columbia Law School where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and a BA from Princeton University. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and has been a regular contributor to Bloomberg, CNBC, the FT and other news outlets.
Alexis Dittmer has a background in finance. She has worked with a global macro hedge fund in the capacity of trader and fund accountant and has extensive experience in international banking in Mexico. There, Alexis was part of a team which founded multiple boutique banks to provide essential financing for working class first time home buyers. Alexis moved to Jackson in 2014 and has become interested in the dynamics which shape Teton County’s housing challenges. She is passionate about the community and believes that providing solutions to address the local housing issues will strengthen the exceptional character of this valley. She lives in Wilson, WY with her 5 yr. old daughter Piper.