NextGen Advisory Board

A special holiday message from the NextGen Advisory Board: 

Fellow NextGener,

Aren’t we the lucky ones? We are the envy of all our friends and family. We get to live in one of the most beautiful places in the country. We have quiet spaces, dog walks, sunset hikes, morning runs, and peaks to summit right out our back doors. We have wide open spaces, iconic wildlife, and clean water running through our blue ribbon trout streams.  If you’re anything like us, you’ve made a choice to be here because of the landscape and the outdoor lifestyle.

But we can’t forget that great places like this don’t happen by accident. For decades people have been investing in the Gallatin Valley Land Trust to conserve special places and connect our community with trails. That work can’t stop now. In fact it is more important than ever. We need young people in this community to carry on this incredible legacy.

That’s why each one of us financially supports GVLT. Please, join us by making a donation today. As the next generation, we will be responsible for taking care of this place. We want to show our community that the future is in good hands.

How much you give isn’t important. The fact that you give is what matters. Feeling a pinch during the holidays? You can make an impact with just a $5 monthly donation to GVLT.

As the NextGen Advisory Board for GVLT, we’re interested in creating a community of young professionals who are investing in the future of this place and we want you to be a part of it. All NextGen’ers who give during this holiday season will be invited to join us for a special conversation (over beer of course). We want your input on how to build this giving commitment with our peers.

We need your help to protect the quality of life that brought us here and keeps us here.

Happy Trails,

GVLT NextGen Advisory Board

Justin Barth, Jill Brewster, Nolan Campbell, Ty Dingman, Jon Horton, Noah Marion, Anjie Mikesell, Matt Muth, Elizabeth Sinclair, Sarah Keller, Elizabeth Domenech, Amanda Jungles, Alex Dabney, Erin Jackson, Laura Demmel, Mimi Faller, Jeff Dineen, Katrina Stanislaw



The NextGen Advisory Board cultivates the future conservation leaders of our community by connecting young professionals to GVLT’s mission of trails and open space . They ensure that GVLT’s work remains relevant and meaningful for future generations as our community grows.

The NextGen Advisory Board provides young professionals with an opportunity to become involved with and further the mission of GVLT. They raise awareness of GVLT in the community, particularly with their peers. NextGen members plan opportunities for younger community members to engage with GVLT through events and volunteering. And GVLT invests in the NextGen Advisory Board by providing valuable leadership training and networking for our valley’s future conservation leaders.

Apply for the NextGen Advisory Board

Applications are closed and reopen in February 2019. In the meantime, please join our email list and stay in the loop with NextGen events and happenings.

Keeping Up with NextGen

NextGen Advisory Board Members

Justin Barth, Chair

Foundation Relations Manager, Yellowstone Forever

Jill Brewster

Director of Sales, The Element by Westin

Nolan Campbell

Broker, bozehome + Co. Real Estate

Ty Dingman

Owner, Fastteks On-Site Computer Services

Jon Horton

Marketing, Intermountain Produce

Anjie Mikesell

Credit Analyst, First Interstate Bank

Matt Muth

Owner, 406 Brewing Company

Elizabeth Sinclair

Customer Service Lead, Oboz Footwear

Sarah Keller

Freelance Journalist

Elizabeth Domenech

Manager of Ecosystem Services, Ranch Advisory Partners

Amanda Jungles

Marketing Coordinator, CTA Architects Engineers

Alex Dabney

Financial Advisor, D.A. Davidson

Erin Jackson

Education Director, Gallatin Valley Farm to School

Laura Demmel

Northern Plains Region Representative, National Association of Conservation Districts

Mimi Faller

Attorney, Berg Law Firm

Jeff Dineen

Healthcare Operations Consultant, Empierus, LLC

Katrina Stanislaw

Co-founder of Western Harvest Project and Adjunct Professor of Sustainable Food Systems at Montana State University