Business Monday: Briefs
Auden Schendler, Aspen Skiing Co’s vice president of sustainability, will be a keynote speaker at ClimateCon 2018, set March 16 to 25 in Asheville, North Carolina. Schendler’s talk, “The Case for Meaningful Action on Climate Change,” is set for March 20, the same day entrepreneurs will demonstrate their climate products and services at The Climate Solutions Showcase.
The law firm Kalamaya | Goscha has opened an office at Aspen Highlands, as well as in Vail and Glenwood Spings. The firm specializes in family law, personal injuries and criminal defense.
John A. Cronin Jr. has joined Roaring Fork Conservancy as director of donor relations. Cronin previously worked as an entrepreneur and most recently in fundraising/leadership roles with The Nature Conservancy and Houston Wilderness. Cronin graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in public administration.
Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design has added Adam Link as a project architect in its Aspen office. Link previously served as project architect for Assembly Design in San Francisco on the commercial TI of Uber’s headquarters and as project architect at BAR Architects on several apartment complexes. He has a master’s of architecture from the University of Melbourne, VIC Australia, and a bachelor of arts in architecture from the University of Technology, Sydney, NSW Australia.
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An Aspen conservation non-profit wants permission from Pitkin County to establish a low-impact nature education and camping area near Ashcroft on a plot of land originally approved for a single family home.