About MACLT

The Moab Area Community Land Trust (MACLT) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community land trust serving the Moab community. Founded in 2012, MACLT has been building the framework to ensure housing affordability for every family in the Moab area. 

Our mission is to create the opportunity for permanent affordable housing by preserving land held in trust in Moab City, Grand County, and northern San Juan County.

Ph. 435-259-8664  |  macltboard@gmail.com  |  P.O. Box 1383, Moab, UT 84532

© 2017 by Moab Area Community Land Trust

ABOUT THE MOAB AREA COMMUNITY LAND TRUST

The Moab Area Community Land Trust (MACLT) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community land trust serving the Moab community. Founded in 2012, MACLT has been building the framework to ensure housing affordability for every family in the Moab area. 
Our mission is to create the opportunity for permanent affordable housing by preserving land held in trust in Moab City, Grand County, and northern San Juan County.

GOVERNING DOCUMENTS

Articles of Incorporation
Bylaws
Policies & Procedures

BOARD MEMBERS

Audrey Graham

Audrey moved to Moab in 1984 for her dream job as a park ranger at the Needles District of Canyonlands. She now works for the South East Early Intervention Program, serving children aged 0-3 with developmental delays and their families.

 

Audrey discovered her passion for helping solve the affordable housing dilemma while working with families in their homes through her work with Early Intervention. Audrey was a founding member of the MACLT board in 2012 and became a believer in land trusts through the work of Lance Christie, a local volunteer planner and thinker, who saw land trusts as a perfect solution to high cost land in resort communities.

 

In her free time, Audrey serves on numerous boards and loves to sew, rollerblade, ski, bike, and explore canyon country with her husband of 35 years.

Chair

Sheri Griffith

Sheri is a business owner, owning several businesses since her arrival to Moab in 1981. She was on the 1983 Economic Development Board when Moab was rebuilding from a crashed mining industry. Over the years she has served on the Utah Travel Council, Utah Department of Transportation, Governor’s Commission on Women and Families, and Utah Community Impact Board. She sat on the Governor’s steering committee for Rural Development, Governor’s Advisory Board on Women Business Development, and the Governor’s Task Force on Economic Development and the Environment. Her awards include Utah Women of Achievement presented by Governor Leavitt, Woman Business Leader by Utah Business Magazine, U.S. Conservation Service Award by Secretary of the Interior, and more. Sheri was elected President of Western River Guides Assn and spent four years in and out of Washington DC representing the outdoor industry of the West.

Sheri is committed to the quality of life that Moab offers and managing all aspects that provide that quality and sustainability.

Vice Chair

Barbara Hicks

Barbara moved to Moab in 1991 and has been actively involved in the business and nonprofit community for three decades.  She is a happily retired CPA and brings her financial, accounting and budget skills to the MACLT board.  

 

Barbara has served on the boards of Moab Regional Hospital, League of Women’s Voters, Humane Society, Chamber of Commerce and the Housing Authority.

Treasurer

Kaitlin Myers

Kaitlin Myers is the Community and Economic Development Specialist for Grand County.  She moved to Moab as an AmeriCorps VISTA in 2016 after graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Architecture and Sustainability in the Built Environment.  Kaitlin is passionate about affordable housing and economic development and enjoys all of the adventurous activities the desert has to offer. Kaitlin is also the Secretary for the Moab Area Housing Task Force. Kaitlin joined the MACLT board in February of 2017.

 

In her free time, Kaitlin is hiking, climbing, rafting, and skiing across Moab's amazing desert.

Secretary

David Olsen

David has been working in community development and public administration since 1986. He moved to Moab in 1990 and served as Moab City’s Community Development Director for twenty-five (25) years. David has extensive experience with grant writing and public administration, and has built more than one hundred (100) miles of trail systems, acquired millions of dollars in state and federal grant funding, and led dozens of community improvement projects.

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HISTORY OF MACLT

MACLT is still a relatively young organization in the Moab area. Here are a few of our milestones so far.