Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Rob Wallace

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Rob Wallace is the president of the Upper Green River Conservancy, an innovative partnership of ranchers, energy companies, conservation stakeholders, and impact investors working together to protect core sage grouse habitat in the ecological and energy rich areas of southwestern Wyoming. He is also a founding member of Grand Teton National Park Foundation. After graduating with a degree in engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, Rob became a ranger in Grand Teton National Park and eventually was appointed assistant director of the National Park Service in Washington, DC. From there he went on to serve as chief of staff to Wyoming US Senator Malcolm Wallop, staff director for the US Senate’s Committee on Energy & Natural Resources, and chief of staff to Wyoming Governor Jim Geringer. Before moving back to Jackson Hole in 2014, Rob spent 17 years as manager of government relations for GE Energy. He currently serves on the boards of the Teton Science Schools, Jackson Hole Historical Society, Jackson Hole Land Trust, and University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources. Rob lives with his wife and two daughters in Teton Village.