Staff and Faculty

Britt Banks, Executive Director

For over 20 years, Britt Banks has been a leader in the international natural resources sector, as a corporate executive, attorney, consultant, and teacher; having most recently tauch at Tokyo's Waseda University. He had previously taught at Colorado Law, where he graduated in 1988, and has served for many years on the GWC Advisory Board. In 2008, he retired as Executive Vice President, Legal and External Affairs, at Denver-based Newmont Mining Corporation. Britt continues to co-chair the Global Agenda Council on Responsible Mineral Resource Development at the World Economic Forum in Geneva, and was a founding member of the Forum's Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) Task Force. He has also held numerous leadership positions with the International Council on Mining and Minerals (ICMM), a London-based industry association working to improve member performance in the areas of sustainable development, environmental stewardship, employee health and safety, materials management, and social responsibility.

 

Shaun LaBarre, Program Coordinator











Red Lodge Clearinghouse

Heather Hansen, Website Manager

Heather Hansen has been an environmental journalist for over a decade. She has a Master of Journalism degree from the University of California at Berkeley and is co-author of the critically-acclaimed book, Disappearing Destinations.

 

Acequia Assistance Project

Sarah Krakoff, Faculty

 

Western Water Policy

Doug Kenney, Research Fellow

 

Oil & Gas Best Practices Management

Kathryn Mutz, Research Fellow

Matt Sura

Sara Watterson, Website Manager

 

Energy Innovation

William Boyd, Faculty

 

Governors' Climate and Forests Task Force

William Boyd, Faculty

 

The Other Third

Lakshman Guruswamy, Faculty