MLTPA Foundation Staff

Kim Anaclerio, Operations Manager

Kim Anaclerio, Operations Manager

Kim grew up visiting Mammoth with her family and in 2014 finally moved to the East Sierra full time. Her work history has guided her through a variety of experiences in outdoor recreation related jobs – teaching, guiding, logistics, field research, grant writing, program development and, once upon a time, working with MLTPA’s Kelly Karl at the Welcome Center (see below!). Kim’s professional studies include a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, Hospitality & Parks Management from California State University, Chico along with a Master Degree in Sustainable Business Planning for Eco/Adventure Tourism. When she’s not busy keeping MLTPA and the Mammoth Lakes Trail System running smoothly Kim can be found enjoying all kinds of outdoor adventures, especially skiing, snowboarding, backpacking and mountain biking.

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Matt Angioli, Field Data Technician

Matt Angioli, Field Data Technician

Matt grew up in a southern California beach town, but always knew the mountains were home. As soon as he finished high school he moved to Mammoth and attended Cerro Coso Community College. After finishing community college he moved to Salt Lake City where he received a Bachelor of Science in Geography and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of Utah. After finishing school in Utah, his first priority was to move back to the eastside of the Sierra. He loves living in Mammoth and spends his free time rock climbing and mountaineering. Matt works for MLTPA as a Data Technician and is psyched to be a part of such an awesome local organization.

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Alwyne Butler, Field Data Technician

Alwyne Butler, Field Data Technician

Alwyne moved to Mammoth in 2013 for the climbing and skiing. She discovered the healing and magic that comes from spending time in wild places during her time at Prescott College, where she graduated with a degree in Adventure Education emphasizing Wilderness Leadership in 2009. She has worked in the varied fields of wilderness therapy, outdoor eduction, guiding, and is now diving into data collection. You can find her in Mammoth at the yoga studios, out on the trails with her bike, or scrambling through the mountains.

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Amber Henshaw, Field Data Technician

Amber Henshaw, Field Data Technician

Amber moved to Mammoth in 2018 from Salt Lake City. She grew up spending much of her time outside enjoying climbing, rafting, skiing and backpacking throughout Utah. Amber graduated from the University of Utah in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Geography emphasizing Geomorphology and Hydrology, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies and Minor in Geology. During summers between school semesters she worked as a whitewater rafting, hiking and backpacking guide in Glacier National Park for four seasons. Amber is excited to put her skills to work as a Field Data Technician for MLTPA. She couldn’t be happier to be hitting the trail as part of the MLTPA team, exploring her new home in Mammoth Lakes.

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Nicole Montano, WebMaster

Nicole Montano, WebMaster

Nicole moved to Mammoth Lakes from Long Beach, but her roots lie back East. She has been involved with web/marketing/graphics work for about 15 years, working with several small businesses across the country, but also in the Fortune 500 environment at Aetna Health Insurance. As a Mammoth Lakes telecommuter, she maintains a full time job with a company in East Hartford, CT called finalsite and they have designed a piece of CMS software that they market to independent schools and educational organizations, with over 400 clients worldwide. Nicole is finalsite's Marketing Manager and has been for 5+ years, responsible for the visual brand of the company, which includes the website design, and all of the marketing materials. Working for a web company has kept her on top of all the latest and greatest web technologies - things change fast. She's a big fan of all adobe products....actually - photoshop has been her best friend on a daily basis for the past 15 years. Nicole works part time for MLTPA.

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Andrew Mulford, GIS Manager

Andrew Mulford, GIS Manager

Andrew grew up in the countryside of Virginia where he spent his childhood rambling around in a hundred acre forest and kayaking about on the Western Branch Reservoir. With his wonderful mother Jan as a teacher and guide he learned to love the outdoors. Andrew studied Geography at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and used his newfound skills to navigate his way to the opposite side of the continent. He is happy as a clam here on the east side and really enjoys contributing to our recreational landscape through his employment with MLTPA. Andrew’s official title is GIS manager, but he sneaks out of the office on occasion to groom the Nordic trails at Shady Rest (snow permitting) and design and build multi-use singletrack trails.

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Trevor Van Winkle, Photo & Digital Asset Manager

Trevor Van Winkle, Photo & Digital Asset Manager

Trevor moved to Mammoth after graduating from Biola University with a degree in Film Production & Editing. Falling in love with the area while visiting family and exploring the backcountry, he chose to remain in town rather than return to Los Angeles – a decision he's yet to regret. First coming into contact with MLTPA staff through the Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, he has since worked as a field photographer, photo librarian, and digital assets manager. He also works as a freelance photographer/videographer, post-production media specialist, and as a stage manager and lighting technician for Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre. In his free time, he can often be found running the MLTS (particularly the Town Loop), and has just self-published his first novel, a high-fantasy epic entitled "The Gräzland Tales", largely inspired by the grandeur and beauty of the Eastern Sierra.

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Lia Webb, Project Specialist

Lia Webb, Project Specialist

Lia moved to Mono County in 2012, and works in the arenas of environmental science, ecology, event planning, and green business consulting. Lia graduated from Humboldt State University in 2002 with a degree in Environmental Science, focusing on forest soils and range management. With over 16 years professional experience as an environmental scientist, including a position as a lead scientist on over eight segments of the California Coastal Trail, she looks forward to applying her experience to trail development on town, County, and USFS lands, and enjoys helping proponents enhance and streamline region-wide recreation opportunities and public access. Lia is passionate about a trail network program that provides needed connectivity, accessibility, maintenance, and signage for the huge range of user groups that are attracted to the eastern sierra, from climbers and motorized sports enthusiasts to meditative walkers.

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Kiersten Puusemp, Graphics & Special Project Management

Kiersten Puusemp, Graphics & Special Project Management

Kiersten has an extensive background in design, marketing, writing, process development and complex project management working with contemporary art and various institutions from Los Angeles and New York to Europe. Her commitment to making MLTPA look great and accomplish its goals has been ongoing having worked contractually for MLTPA since its initiation, including months spent working on the Measure R campaign in 2008 - the first ever effort to ensure the Mammoth Lakes Trail System would have a sustainable and consistent source of funding. She’s studied at U.C. Berkeley, the University of Southern California and the European Graduate School. When not busy with other professional pursuits you can find her out on the hill or in any number of her favorite frequented regions.

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