Cara E Doyle, CEO/Executive Director
Start Date: 2007
Cara Doyle is the Executive Director of the Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative, a non-profit dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Mosquito Range mountains in central Colorado. As the original founder of MRHI, she has assisted in the development of the organization from concept to fruition.
Cara has been instrumental in developing MRHI's project portfolio, including addressing access issues to the area 14ers, trail restoration, land conservation efforts, master trails plan and rare alpine plant studies. She has created important partnerships with all of the key mountain-related organizations working in the area including Pike National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish & Wildlife Western Field Office, Colorado Mountain Club, Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Continental Divide Land Trust and the Colorado 14ers Initiative.
Passionate about mountain conservation and a firm believer in the power of local residents to make a difference, she continues to build MRHI with the help of many dedicated members of the community.
Cara holds a Master's Degree in Agricultural Journalism with a Certificate in International Agriculture. She has worked in non-profit development on both a volunteer and professional capacity for nearly 30 years.