Kelly Clouse

Kelly has been VOC’s Projects and Operations Manager since 2018, where she plans and coordinates VOC’s volunteer projects and leads VOC’s staff project management team. Before VOC, Kelly worked as a crew member for the Nevada Conservation Corps and worked for Rocky Mountain Field Institute in Colorado Springs for three years.

Morgan Crowley

Morgan Crowley manages development and oversight of southern and central Colorado restoration and invasive species projects for WRV as well as volunteer leadership development. Morgan holds a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph, Ontario. She joined WRV first as a volunteer in 2006 and after several years of training and increased commitment, joined the staff in 2014. Morgan brings an 11-year professional career in nonprofits and the environment in addition to extensive volunteer leadership experience.

Terry Gimbel

Terry has over two decades of experience in trail design, management maintenance and construction. She retired from Colorado State Parks after 20 years of service, including time as a State Trails Coordinator. She continues to volunteer as an instructor, technical advisor and crew leader for VOC. She also currently serves on the board of directors of Friends of Colorado State Parks.

Linda Strand

Linda spent 31 years managing parks and open space for the City of Aurora. She has been involved with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado since 1986 as a crew leader, technical advisor, trainer/instructor and board member. She is a current member of the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) board of trustees. In addition to instructing, she works with VOC’s Outdoor Stewardship Institute (OSI) on curriculum development, including developing and piloting online content for Volunteer Project Management and Crew Leadership.

Steve West

Since 1991, Steve has been involved in many project team positions with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado: Crew Leader, Team Lead, Technical Adviser, Crew Leader Manager and Tool Manager. Steve has been involved with the Outdoor Stewardship Institute as a Master instructor since the organization’s inception.  He has been an instructor for Crew Leadership and various trail skills which includes rock walls, stairs and drainage structures. Steve has also been certified by the USFS as a crosscut saw “C” feller/bucker/evaluator in order to evaluate volunteers bucking skills.

Steve’s first VOC project was on a mine reclamation project in the Chalk Creek/Mt. Princeton area in 1991. He became “hooked” on VOC after the first day when he was fed spectacular food, a cold beer and a free pass to the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs. He soon found out that VOC has another meaning- – “Volunteers for the Over Committed”! VOC projects have provided lifelong friendships, taken him to parts of Colorado that he would not have visited and most importantly –  meeting his wife, who was his first VOC instructor. For the past 19 years he has lead VOC crews in the Mt. Evans and Lost Creek Wilderness Areas to perform much needed trail maintenance.

Steve retired from Lockheed Martin after a 32 year career.

Dan Williams

Before taking on his current role of Partnerships Manager at Denver Parks and Recreation, Dan spent nearly nine years on the staff of Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado. In that time he worked across all of VOC’s programs including volunteer project management, training, and youth programs. Before joining VOC Dan worked on a variety of professional and youth corps trail crews in Colorado, Maine, and the Pacific Northwest.