Together, we can make a difference.

Our Board of Directors

Boldly Rising up to Defend

Leading the Charge for Wolf Advocacy

Wolves of the Rockies is committed to staying an all volunteer organization. It is our goal to use education to bring about the social change that our wolves and wildlife deserve. With your help we can accomplish this sooner.

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There are many ways to help out. Contact us if you would like to know more about what you can do.

Kim Bean

President and Board Member

Kim Bean was born and raised in Wyoming and spent her time in the great western outdoors, camping, fishing, hiking and looking for wildlife. After serving in the USAF, she attended Front Range Community College and University of Montana Helena. 

Marc Cooke

Vice President and Board Member

Marc is a proud US military veteran and served his country in both Desert Storm and Desert shield. He and his wife Lorenza have called Montana home for over twenty years. During that time, his passion for protecting Rocky Mountain wolves has grown into a full-time, volunteer job.

Julie Argyle

Board Member

Julie Argyle is an author and a professional photographer who has spent countless hours observing and photographing wildlife within the Rocky Mountain West.

Todd George, CPA, JD

Board Member

Todd’s career in corporate finance has included leadership roles in tax, treasury, finance, IT and supply chain management at several publically traded, multi-national corporations with operations in up to 80 countries.

Elizabeth Hoag

Board Member

Elizabeth Hoag became a WotR board member in 2021. After college, she moved to Colorado and had the honor of living among some gray wolves. Elizabeth fell in love with their wild spirit and, since meeting Marc Cooke, is determined to protect Rocky Mountain wolves.

Cassiopeia Camara

Board Member

Meet Cassiopeia Camara, the social scientist on a mission to shake things up! Growing up amidst the reintroduction of red wolves led to her focus on carnivores and empowering youth.

Tracy Arthur

Board Member

Tracy Loves Dogs! Tracy works with various rescue groups and opens her home to senior rescue dogs (with an occasional puppy thrown in to the mix) and has shared living space with up to 14 pups at a time.

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