Our Board of Directors
Officers consist of President, Treasurer, and Secretary.
Current Board of Directors and Officers
Jim Snitzer, President
John Jarcow, Treasurer
Lynn Krigbaum, Secretary
Biographies of Board of Directors
Jim Snitzer – Native Arizonan, graduated from U of A (BS-Engineering) and ASU (MBA). Spent summers in the White Mountains while growing up and returned to live full time following retirement in 2005 after a career that included management positions with major corporations. Very active volunteering locally including TRACKS, the Nature Center , Optimist Club, Save our Park, local history projects and the Planning and Zoning commission of Pinetop-Lakeside.
Lynn Krigbaum – moved to Pinetop several years ago after 30+ years in Phoenix leading science lab activities K-8 @ SS. Simon and Jude School. She has been active in environmental education, especially Arizona Association of Environmental Educators (formerly Arizona Association for Learning in and about the Environment [AALE ), serving on boards and as President of AALE. She is the Vice President of TRACKS. She is Vice President and founding member of Save Our Park, Inc., formed to assist the Town of Pinetop-Lakeside in acquiring Woodland Lake Park. She is a member of the Pinetop-Lakeside Advertising and Promotion Committee and a Board Member of White Mountain Nature Center. She has also served on local election boards. She holds a Master of Arts in Bacteriology. She is an avid hiker, skier, enjoys trail maintenance, and has hiked over 500 miles of the Arizona Trail.
John Jarchow – Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona and multiple Masters degrees from Northern Arizona University. Has worked as an Architect and Master Planner on a variety of projects many of which had sensitive environmental considerations. Has authored or co-authored many works including co-authored “Linking Our Landscape, an Open Space Assessment for the Town of Pinetop- Lakeside” through the Nature Conservancy. Has worked on a number of civic initiatives and non-profits including the White Mountain Nature Center.