Penelope is one of the original Board members. She has lived in Buffalo Valley in north western Wyoming for the past 30 years and is lucky enough to spend much of her time outdoors on the wildlands among the wildlife that make Wyoming special. The first third of her life was spent traveling the world with her military family followed by degrees in human sciences and a pilgrimage to the New World, from which she never looked back. Experience in how government works and a lifetime of volunteering and working for non-profit organizations gives Penny a broad perspective. Penelope is committed to finding ways for everyone to be involved in project-based conservation that directly benefits wildlife and brings people together for the common good of the animals and their habitat.