Robin Anderson recently stepped into the leadership role as President of Teton Regional Land Trust. She has served on the TRLT Board for the past six years, and served as Vice President since 2014. Anderson is an avid angler and enjoys spending time along the South Fork, Henry’s Fork and Teton Rivers. She also enjoys time exploring the outdoors on her horses. Her passion for our region is evident in this dedication to the Teton Regional Land Trust and its efforts to conserve working farms and ranches, critical fish and wildlife habitat and scenic landscapes in Eastern Idaho for present and future generations.

Anderson commented, “I am so excited about the next two years at the Teton Regional Land Trust. Last year, we protected more land and family farms than we have in several years. There are many more emerging opportunities on the horizon. Our staff and board are already hard at work on new and exciting projects. I am so proud to be a part of this good work and I can’t wait to see what the Teton Regional Land Trust will accomplish.”

Robin Anderson has been in the financial services industry for almost thirty years. She has many years of experience with non-profit boards in both finance and fundraising. She has a strong passion for conservation and she also serves on board of The Nature Conservancy of Idaho. She has been a part time resident of Teton Valley since 2002. When not exploring Teton Valley, she, her husband and her two grown children reside in the Bay Area of California.

“Robin has been serving on our Board for the last six years and brings experience and passion to the position. The staff is the excited to welcome Robin as the Board President. Her leadership brings fresh perspective and great enthusiasm to our organization,” said Joselin Matkins, Teton Regional Land Trust Executive Director.