Kathleen Doffermyre

    Kathleen Doffermyre has been with the George B. Storer Foundation since 2009 and served as the senior program officer since 2015. In this role she oversees all of the Foundation’s grantmaking and leads the Foundation’s Early Childhood Education program. Prior to joining the Foundation, Kathleen served as director of development for the Murie Center in Grand Teton National Park. Kathleen serves on the board of the Jackson Hole Chapter of Trout Unlimited, the Maxwelton and Lachlan Foundation, and as a volunteer tutor for Teton Literacy Center. Kathleen earned her bachelor's degree in English and Elementary Education at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where she was a student-athlete, member and president of the Student Athletic Advisory Council, and where she completed her teaching practicum in a first grade classroom. Kathleen lives in Jackson, Wyoming with her husband and two dogs. When she isn’t working, Kathleen can be found fishing and exploring the incredible public lands in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.