Our Staff

Brad Borst

President

Brad joined the Trust in 2017 as president. He is a U.S. Marine Corp veteran with a conservation career that includes work for the Montana Environmental Information Center and Montana Wilderness Association. As president of the Trust, Brad brings a long-standing passion for wild places and working with a diversity of people to protect wilderness for future generations. Brad holds a MFA from the University of Montana, and is a graduate of the Executive Development Program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business. Brad is based in Helena, Montana.

Contact Brad:
brad@wildernesslandtrust.org
206.397.5240

Aimee Rutledge

Vice President and Senior Lands Specialist

Aimee joined the Trust in 2009 as the California Program Manager. Her experience includes serving as executive director of the Sacramento Valley Conservancy.  Previously, she was a founder of Friends of the Sacramento River Greenway. She worked with the American Institute of Architects as Director of Governmental Relations, and served as legislative advocate for the California Bicycle Coalition. She holds a BA from Pomona College. Aimee is based in South Lake Tahoe, California.

Contact Aimee:
aimee@wildernesslandtrust.org
415.606.5895

Kelly Conde

Lands Specialist

Kelly Conde joined the Trust in 2020. She is an Idaho native and grew up exploring the state via raft, skis, and hiking boots. She is also a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having lived and served in Morocco for two years. Kelly’s conservation career includes work for the Sawtooth Society and working as the Conservation Manager for the Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust. Kelly holds a BS in Environmental Science from Montana State University and a Master’s degree in Environmental and Natural Resources Journalism from the University of Montana. She is based in Pocatello, Idaho.

Contact Kelly:
Kelly@wildernesslandtrust.org
208.223.3964

Lisa Janeway

Director of Operations and Development

Lisa joined the Trust in 2013. She has worked in the non-profit arena for her entire career, focused on outdoor recreation and land conservation. She has slowly moved from the east coast to the west coast, working for organizations such as the Tahoe Rim Trail Association, Colorado Mountain Club, Great Basin Institute, and Hurricane Island Outward Bound School. Lisa is a current board member of the Paul F-Brandwein Institute. She holds a Master of Forestry degree from the University of British Columbia and a BS In Environmental Geoscience from Boston College, and is based in Evergreen, Colorado.

Contact Lisa:
lisa@wildernesslandtrust.org
720.505.1700