The Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program is pleased to present to you our sustainability consultant team. As you can read below, our consultants represent extensive expertise and resources in a diversity of sustainability areas. We offer you this expertise in our Sustainable Business Workshop Series and Technical Assistant Program. For more information on the workshop series, please visit the Sustainable Business Workshop page or contact Tim O’Donoghue at email@example.com.
The Sustainability Technical Assistance Program provides one-on-one technical assistance to small and emerging businesses. Our consultants will work with you to develop and implement sustainability policy and practices in your business planning and operations to meet your economic, community, and environmental goals and priorities. For more information on the Sustainability Technical Assistance Program, please contact Tim O’Donoghue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott’s work focuses on creating a sustainable future for Jackson Hole and meeting the demand of business owners seeking sustainability-based strategic planning and guidance. In addition to working with the Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program, inSight Sustainability works with a Jackson-born ski clothing company and Camp Dudley in Westport, NY (where Scott formerly ran the outdoor and sustainability programs). Scott currently serves as the Vice President of Slow Food in the Tetons and on the Teton County Integrated Solid Waste & Recycling Advisory Board, where he leads the Zero Waste Committee. Originally from Evergreen, CO, Scott has BA in Environmental Science and Spanish from Willamette University and is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Sustainable Practices Program.
Tim is the Principal of Riverwind LLC. He provides a diversity of training and technical assistance services for businesses and organizations that wish to incorporate economic, social, and environmental sustainability in their planning, operations, and staff training. These services include supporting The Long Run’s technical assistance and assessments of members are various destinations around the world, and serving on the Responsible Tourism Institute’s Scientific Advisory Board.
As Executive Director of the Riverwind Foundation, he is leading the collaborative stakeholder sustainable community development efforts of Teton County, Wyoming through the Jackson Hole & Yellowstone Sustainable Destination Program. These efforts include leading Teton County’s participation as one of six destinations selected worldwide by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council to adopt the world’s leading sustainable tourism destination criteria. This program and Jackson Hole were selected by National Geographic as a Destination Leadership Finalists in the World Legacy Awards and by the Top 100 Sustainable Destinations.