As the Red Cliffs Campaign Director, Isabel leads CSU’s campaign to protect Red Cliffs National Conservation Area from the proposed Northern Corridor Highway. She is passionate about the intersection of art and advocacy and strives to include creative expression in her campaign work. In her prior role as CSU’s Public Lands Program Director, Isabel led CSU’s advocacy for public lands in Southwestern Utah by developing campaigns, coordinating with CSU’s partners, organizing volunteers, and outreaching to the community.
In addition to her current role at CSU, Isabel is a freelance graphic designer for mission-driven companies and organizations. She recently designed three museum panels for an exhibit on Glen Canyon’s re-emergence at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River, Utah. Isabel has also worked as a Backcountry River Ranger for Canyonlands National Park and co-founded an all-women’s outdoor gear company dedicated to promoting gender equity and inclusivity in the outdoor recreation industry by producing environmentally sustainable gear.
Isabel received a B.A. in government and environmental studies at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.