Board of Directors

Mark Longfield

Board Chair

Mark Longfield is a partner in Teton Law Group, LLC, practicing entertainment and intellectual property law. Mark moved to Jackson in 2003 after attending Bates College and Vermont Law school and now lives in Wilson with his wife Mary Ann. In addition to practicing law, Mark performs as a piano and organ player in several local bands and enjoys skiing and mountain biking. In 2011, Mark started Hub Bicycles and returned to practicing law full time when he sold the shop in 2014 to found Teton Law Group.

Joshua Mickelson


Josh Mickelson is a local banker who has lived and worked in Jackson for the past 18 years. As a Wyoming native, he moved to Jackson after attending college at the University of Washington where he obtained his BA in Philosophy and Psychology. After several years in banking, Josh went back to school and received his MBA from the University of Wyoming. In addition to being on the Board of Directors for the Art Association, Josh spends time volunteering on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity and WIDC Frontier CDC. He enjoys doing anything outdoors with his wife and daughter, especially skiing in the winters.

Hillary Munro


Hillary Munro moved to Jackson in 1992 with her family to ski for a year, but after a few months her parents decided to make it home. After returning from College in 2000, she worked at the Jackson Hole Land Trust in the Stewardship Department. Hillary comes from a long line of creative entrepreneurs, so after many years with the Land Trust she pivoted from science and opened a gift and lifestyle store, Bet the Ranch, in 2008. She recently closed the doors to focus on her family; husband Mac, daughter Sawyer (6), and son Miller (5), two pups, two ponies, and a small flock of chickens. Because she can’t sit still, she founded Graze Alpine Living in 2015, a destination for inspiring décor, food, gifting and design. When she is not wrangling children, she can be found in the mountains, on the trails, and the polo field.Her passion for the Jackson community runs deep and is active with St. Johns Health Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust, and Hole Food Rescue.

Agnes Bourne

Agnes Bourne has been involved in design for over 50 years, working on residential and commercial interiors, product designing for companies with national distribution, historical restoration, and set design. In 1987, Agnes introduced her own line of furniture, The Agnes Bourne Collection, and created a showroom in San Francisco featuring her designs and pieces by a select group of artists and manufacturers. Agnes is a nationally recognized lecturer and design juror, and her designs are widely published in books and nationally distributed periodicals. She has been awarded medals of distinction from A.S.I.D., The Smithsonian Institution, Cine Arts, and N.A.S.F.T. Agnes has served as a trustee for many boards and councils supporting Art and Design. Some of these institutions are Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and San Francisco Art Institute. Learn more about her work at Agnes Bourne Studio,

Cindee George

Cindee George moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming with her family in 1999. She has an ongoing fascination for architecture, design, and the expansive landscape of Jackson. Having built and sold multiple homes in the community, she is uniquely positioned to guide you through the real estate experience as a buyer or seller in Wyoming. Cindee feels incredibly lucky to call Jackson Hole home, and even more lucky to raise her family in the shadow of the Teton mountain range. She is an avid skier and outdoor enthusiast. A mother of three, Cindee is also passionately committed to educational causes, including the Jackson Hole Community School, City Kids, and the Children’s Learning Center, where she currently sits on the board.

Adam Harris

Adam Duncan Harris is the Grainger/Kerr Director of the Carl Rungius Catalogue Raisonné, an independent project of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming. Prior to taking on the Rungius Raisonné, he was the curator of art at the National Museum of Wildlife Art from 2000-2020. Harris grew up in Laramie, Wyoming, and spent many summers during high school and college working at the Bunnery in Jackson. He attended Brown University in providence, Rhode Island, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, then returned home to study at the University of Wyoming for a Master’s degree in American Studies. He finished his academic studies at the University of Minnesota, where he received a Ph.D. in Art History. Harris was appointed to Jackson’s Public Art Task Force in 2013 and served two full terms. In 2017, he received the Wyoming Governor’s Art Award. Harris joined the Governor-appointed Wyoming Arts Council Board in 2019. Harris is the author of Wildlife in American Art: Masterworks from the National Museum of Wildlife Art and author/editor of the award-winning Bob Kuhn: Drawing on Instinct, both published by the University of Oklahoma Press. He guest-curated the touring exhibit George Catlin’s American Buffalo in conjunction with the Smithsonian American Art Museum. In 2023, Harris curated Survival of the Fittest: Envisioning Wildlife and Wilderness with the Big Four, Masterworks from the Rijksmuseum Twenthe and the National Museum of Wildlife Art, which premiered in 2023 at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and is on tour to five additional venues through 2025.

Liz Warnock

After graduating from Northwestern University in 1980 with a BA in Economics, Liz worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for a year before becoming a sales representative at Xerox Corporation for nearly 8 years. When Apple Computer came to Chicago she moved to a sales position there for 5 years prior to her decision to be a stay at home mother. Over the years Liz has been involved with many organizations, including the Hadley School for the Blind in Winnetka, Kenilworth Union Church, PTA, Wake Forest & UVA Parents Councils & the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, now known as the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab. Additionally, Liz has sponsored the "Elizabeth Warnock lecture series" for the Art History department at Northwestern. Additionally her time is spent with J&L Tweed, a small company Liz founded about 6 years ago. Her company designs and sells a collection of the finest Scottish tweed and cashmere products all made in Scotland. Liz's enduring passions are travel (she has made it to all 7 continents, Antarctica in 2019!), yoga, skiing, hiking AND art, including pastel painting and photography. Liz divides her time when not traveling, between Chicago & Wyoming or visiting one of her 2 adult children: daughter, Janie and son, Marshall (Motts), who live in LA & SF, respectively.

Teresa Waterman

"Art opens up one's ability to explore hidden visions, thoughts and feelings. It unlocks a world of creativity through communication, imagination, memory, insight, and intuition. The unique means of creativity and art require an open mind, providing new yet different perceptions, sparking discovery." Teresa Waterman grew up in Buffalo, New York, and has lived in Jackson Hole since 2005.