Story Clark is a consultant and author specializing in conservation finance. She is a lecturer, sponsor, and organizer of conservation finance “boot camps,” which offer intensive training to practitioners and graduate students in conservation finance techniques and strategies at Yale and Stanford Universities. She also teaches at the University of Utah’s Environmental Humanities graduate program.
Currently, Story is writing the second volume of A Field Guide To Conservation Finance (Island Press 2007), and developing a conservation investment fund, among other projects. Her clients have included the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and the Conservation Trust for North Carolina as well as other land trusts, municipalities, foundations, and individuals. She previously worked for the Jackson Hole Land Trust, the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, and as a planner for Teton County, Wyoming.
She is a recipient of the National Park Foundation’s Citizen Leadership medal for continued leadership in the preservation and protection of America’s scenic and historic heritage. Besides being a member of this ENR board, her current board/advisory board service includes the Conservation Agricultural Land Trust and the Jackson Hole Energy Sustainability Project – Wolfensohn Challenge Steering Committee. Ms. Clark lives with her husband, Bill Resor, and two daughters on their family cattle ranch in Wyoming.