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a half at the University of Dar es
Salaam in Tanzania.
From an early age,
Marsh-Heine is
MarshHeine
has been drawn to the
nonprofit world - working as
an outdoor educator with the
Denver Public Schools, Outward
Bound instructor, youth intervention
specialist, child advocate,
outdoor education director, and,
eventually, moving into more
challenging leadership roles.
From 1999 to 2004, MarshHeine
worked for the Colorado
Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
(TNC) as director of operations,
followed by three and a
half years as the executive director
for The Dairy Center for the Arts,
a multi-disciplinary arts center
in Boulder, Colorado. Her true
passion stayed in environmental
work, and she returned to TNC
as director of philanthropy to lead
its fundraising efforts for the continent
of Africa. Her tenure with
TNC culminated in a promotion to
partner with the CEO and various
vice presidents of TNC as a senior
principal gifts officer - working
with donors at the highest levels
of philanthropy in complex and
sophisticated donor engagement.
enthusiastic about the
delighted and
continuation
of both her path as a philanthropy
professional and passionate
environmentalist in her newest role
as vice president of development
with Earthjustice.
When not trying to save the planet,
Marsh-Heine lives in the foothills
of Boulder County, Colorado, with
her partner Seth, their children and
Scout the Airedale Terrier. She enjoys
just about every outdoor sport
there is, live music, theater and art,
wine and laughter with friends, and
time with her family.
Mollie Marsh-Heine
Arnold L. Randall
General Superintendent, Forest
Preserve District of Cook County
Chicago, Illinois
Arnold L. Randall is the general superintendent
of the Forest Preserve
District of Cook County (Forest
Preserves) and is responsible for the
day-to-day management of one of
the nation's oldest and largest forest
preserve systems. During Randall's
tenure, which began in December
of 2010, the Forest Preserves has
made notable strides in becoming a
more transparent, accountable and
strategic government agency, with
an increased focus on restoring and
protecting Cook County's most
precious natural areas. Key accomplishments
include the ambitious
Next Century Conservation Plan;
a multi-year Centennial celebration
to bring new and diverse audiences
to the preserves; developing and
launching strategic plans for camping,
recreation, trails and habitat
restoration; creating an independent
advisory Conservation and
Policy Council comprised of civic
and business leaders; and opening
five new campgrounds
that
reArnold
L. Randall
establish the legacy of camping in
the preserves.
Randall previously served as director
of the Office of Civic Engagement
at the University of Chicago
(UChicago), where he helped
plan and coordinate major public
projects undertaken by the university,
working as a liaison between
UChicago and the city, neighbors
and other concerned parties. He
was a key part of the Chicago 2016
Olympic Bid Committee's community
outreach team and previously
worked as commissioner of
the City of Chicago's Department
of Planning and Development,
where he directed the department's
leadership responsibilities for promoting
economic development in
Chicago by helping new and existing
businesses meet their goals for
growth while creating new jobs for
city residents.
In addition, Randall served in
a number of roles with the Chicago
Park District between 1995 and
2007, including director of legislative
and community affairs, director
of planning and development, and
lakefront area and southeast region
manager.
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PHOTO BY ERIN L. COX, COURTESY OF MOLLIE MARSH-HEINE
PHOTO COURTESY OF FOREST PRESERVES OF COOK COUNTY

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