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Liz Anthony

Operations Assistant

Liz joined the Idaho Chapter as Operations Assistant in October 2012 after a summer season as a Stewardship Assistant at the Montana Chapter’s Pine Butte Swamp Preserve. Her interest in conservation and respect for the Conservancy’s work led her to apply for other positions within the organization. The subsequent move to Idaho was a no-brainer with all the outdoor opportunities the area has to offer.
 
Liz grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and went to school in Virginia at the College of William & Mary where she received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Economics. After graduation, she worked as an economic consultant for several years in Washington, D.C. but realized she didn’t want to spend her 20’s behind a desk. She quit her corporate job, moved to Colorado to be a ski bum for a season, and then held a series of conservation-related positions with federal land management agencies. The recent move to The Nature Conservancy feels like a great fit after her stints with the corporate world and federal government.
 
In her free time, Liz enjoys playing in the Idaho mountains. She loves all snow sports, as well as hiking, mountain biking and backpacking. She also makes homemade, all-natural cleaning and cosmetic products and invents recipes for nutritious but tasty baked goods.

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