Jeremy D. Krones, Executive Director
Jeremy moved to Grand County from Flagstaff, AZ, in late 2018. His first job out of college (University of Maryland, 2013) was as a seasonal backcountry steward in the Adirondack Mountains, where he grew up backpacking and first honed his passion for the backcountry and natural resource conservation. In 2014 Jeremy moved to Arizona to work on a cattle ranch outside of Flagstaff. In 2015 he was hired as program manager of Diablo Trust, a collaborative ranching conservation nonprofit, dedicated to the holistic sustainability of nearly 500,000 acres of private and public ranchlands in northern Arizona. Wanting to see more of the West and learn more about conservation in the field, Jeremy looked to land trusts in Colorado. Colorado provides both an opportunity to live in the mountains and stay out West, and the CHLT is the ideal organization for him to lead in the face of a growing West. Jeremy enjoys backpacking, running, hiking, playing music, reading, and writing.
Holly Glick, Development Coordinator
Holly joined CHLT in January, 2020. She grew up exploring the differing landscapes of Colorado and spending time in Grand Lake with her family. Holly attended the University of Colorado and obtained a BA with a concentration in Arctic and Alpine Ecology. Upon graduation she began working as a Nordic ski instructor and mountaineering guide. After years of traveling to remote places and fostering a love of the outdoors, she attended Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. Upon returning to the Fraser Valley, she moved into a marketing role at Devil’s Thumb Ranch. Holly, her husband, their young daughter, and their dog love living in and exploring gorgeous Grand County. She is excited to use her experience to further the goals of the land trust and to protect the place she calls home.
Diane LeDuc, Bookkeeper/Office Manager
Originally from upstate NY, Diane moved to Colorado to attend Colorado University in Boulder. After experiencing the incredible beauty and the great outdoors of Colorado, and graduating from CU, Diane moved to Grand County in 1980 to ski, bike, hike, and camp. She has worked as a ski instructor for disabled children and adults at Winter Park and Granby Ranch. Other vocations have included management positions at restaurants and hospitality. Diane has volunteered with NPLD for many years, adopted trails, and worked with the food bank among other volunteer activities. “Because of my love of the great outdoors and the natural beauty of Grand County, it’s been a privilege to work for Colorado Headwaters Land Trust. Not only has this given me the opportunity to use my accounting degree; I’ve also had the pleasure of working with some very special people working hard to preserve and protect the land we all cherish so much.”