Founder and Board Chair
Sarah's first job in the field of environmental health and sustainability was when she was 17 and worked for MASSPirg canvassing to help educate people about the health and environmental impacts of incinerators located in residential neighborhoods. Since then, she has worked to help launch and/or sustain dozens of nonprofit organizations aimed at making the world a better place to live, work, and thrive.
A lover of animals and the wilderness, Sarah has a deep appreciation for the way other species inhabit the world and, in their own way, perpetuate a circular economy with zero waste.
Sarah has a special place in her heart for the Utah desert and currently serves as the Executive Director of Grand Staircase Escalante Partners - a nonprofit organization with a mission to honor the past and safeguard the future of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument through science, conservation, and education.
Holly is a community organizer to the core. She led the Moab-based nonprofit environmental organization, WabiSabi, to new heights as its manager for over a decade. During her tenure, she rescued millions of pounds of usable materials from the landfill - helping to supply students and teachers with art supplies, clothing for those who needed it, salvaged electronics for repurposing, material goods for the nearby Indigenous communities, and so much more.
Holly also led the charge to make sure community events were sustained and the community was well-fed - from Sunday Brunches to Thanksgiving dinners, Holly has been front and center reducing waste, improving our environment, and making sure that no one goes hungry.
Craig works with organizations to solve difficult strategic planning challenges. He has a philosophy degree from the University of Utah. Craig lives in walkable Fort Collins, Colorado where he likes to walk while playing Pokémon Go.
In Fort Collins, Craig is a volunteer with the City Park planning, and has worked with a citizen's committee to bring about city owned high speed internet broadband. He drives an electric car. He evaluated art grants for the Colorado Creative Industries. Craig was a judge for the Colorado State "Odyssey of the Mind" an educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students.
Craig has conducted alternative strategic planning and design workshops for the Greening of the National Parks including Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Denali, Fort Baker, and the Presidio. He was the communications and energy director for the Green School's Alliance (GSA), a non-profit based in New York City. He was the founding president of the Association of Professional Energy Managers, Utah. He was a sustainability advocate as a Commissioner for the Housing Authority of Southeastern Utah. Mr. Hibberd served as the board president of WabiSabi Moab, a sustainability based non-profit that provides funding for other non-profit organizations. He was awarded the Moab Mayor’s Award for service to the community.