Board of Directors
Tim McFlynn, chair
Tim is the executive director of Public Counsel of the Rockies and a professional mediator with Aspen Dispute Resolution. He was co-founder and a longtime trustee of Pitkin County Open Space and Trails and co-founder and director of the Manaus Fund. He has served as board president of Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Wilderness Workshop, and Western Resource Advocates.
Mark Harvey, treasurer
Mark is a rancher, writer, filmmaker and photographer. He is the author of “The NOLS Wilderness Guide” and the producer and director of the documentary “A Land Out of Time.” Mark is the current president of the board of EcoFlight and has served on the boards of High Country News, Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, and Public Counsel of the Rockies.
Harry is the founder and principal designer at Harry Teague Architects. He has lived in the Aspen area since 1972, when he received his master’s degree in architecture from the Yale School of Architecture. Harry’s work includes the Benedict Music Tent, Harris Hall and the campus of the Aspen Music Festival and School.
Michael is an Aspen-based investment adviser, the former co-publisher of The Aspen Times and a Manaus Fund board member.
Journalism Advisory Board
Dave is the founder and former owner of the Aspen Daily News.
Charlie is the executive director of the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program and previously was director of the communications law program at UCLA.
Laura is vice president, journalism at Rocky Mountain PBS in Denver and a former investigative reporter at the Rocky Mountain News.
David is the editor of The Aspen Times.
Catherine is a freelance writer and journalist and the former managing editor of the Aspen Daily News.
John is the executive director at GrassRoots Community Network.
Carolyn is a reporter at The Aspen Times. She also has served as news director at Aspen Public Radio and as editor at the Aspen Daily News and the Snowmass Sun.
Elizabeth is the environment reporter at Aspen Public Radio. Her work focuses on the local implications of national and world-wide environmental issues, including climate issues, energy development, land use policy and recreation.
Curtis is the editor of the Aspen Daily News.
Nancy is the director of the Colorado Media Project.
Mike is the former vice president of communications at ProPublica.
Financial and legal advisers
Denise, a CPA and partner at Reese Henry and Company, has deep expertise in auditing and accounting services and has vast knowledge of Internal Revenue Service rules for not-for-profit organizations. Since 2011, Denise has overseen preparation of Aspen Journalism’s annual tax filings and provides guidance and oversight on nonprofit and financial matters.
Mike is a CPA and a KPMG Peat Marwick alumnus. He’s also one of the first Americans to climb and ski down 8,000-meter mountains. Mike prepares Aspen Journalism’s monthly and annual financial statements and provides us with the same level-headed guidance that he does to his climbing partners on the big peaks.
Ken is an attorney, investment adviser and CPA specializing in income-tax and estate-tax law for small businesses, individuals and nonprofit organizations. Ken prepared and filed Aspen Journalism’s successful application in 2011 to obtain 501(c)(3) status for Aspen Journalism, and he offers us guidance on nonprofit matters as necessary.