Carl Griffin joined the board in 2014. He retired after spending 30 years in marketing and management with IBM and seven years with his own consulting company. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and an MBA from Penn State. He is a life-long conservationist who enjoys hiking, fishing and hunting.
Carl and his wife, Christine Johnson, moved to Spokane from Denver
and live near the Little Spokane River.
Carl strongly believes that one of the keys to conservation is the preservation of lands, habitats and water resources through landowner partnerships. In addition to INLT, Carl belongs to Trout Unlimited, Pheasants Forever and other conservation organizations. Carl and Christine have travelled extensively especially to South America and Africa. Carl has been serving on INLT's Land Protection Committee and looks forward to joining the Board of Directors.