Board of Directors
Robert K. Dudley, Ph.D., President and Executive Director, holds a B.A. in Biology, an M.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Science, and a Ph.D. in Biology (Ecology). Over the past two decades, he has implemented and conducted thousands of volunteer and research projects that educate and engage youth and communities in the restoration, stewardship, and conservation of native ecosystems.
Yih-Ming Hsu, M.L.A., Vice-President and Volunteer Program Manager, holds a B.A. in Biology and an M.L.A. (Master of Landscape Architecture). She has gained a broad depth of experience in the fields of environmental restoration and stewardship by working on projects in the American West, south Florida, and the mid-Atlantic region. She has facilitated and organized numerous youth volunteer environmental projects for the past two decades.
Mary H. Dudley, M.D., Secretary, works with several national children's advocacy groups. She has organized and promoted a wide variety of community-based volunteer events for the past three decades.
Jodi Hedderig, Member of Board of Directors, has taken advance coursework in Cultural Anthropology and is the Director of the Visitor Center for the City of Albuquerque's Open Space Division. She facilitates and organizes environmental rehabilitation projects throughout the region.
James F. Sattler, M.C.R.P., Member of Board of Directors, earned a B.A. in Architecture and a Master of Community and Regional Planning. He is the Resource Management and Visitor Services Supervisor for the City of Albuquerque's Open Space Division and is involved in planning activities and the implementation of natural resource management plans.