Astoria Team

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Our Team

Todd Seeton

Todd Seeton

Manager,
Astoria Hot Springs
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Todd Seeton has 25 years of experience operating nearby Granite Hot Springs with his wife Laura. He has a management career with Farm Bureau Financial Services and is on the board of directors for the Good Samaritan Mission, our local homeless shelter. Todd and Laura have raised 3 kids in Jackson Hole and enjoy their horses, fly-fishing and all things outdoors.

Paige Curry

Paige Curry

Executive Director,
Astoria Park Conservancy
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Paige Byron Curry has over 10 years of experience in fundraising and non-profit management; during that time, she helped complete multiple $6M+ capital campaigns and launch two new organizations: Astoria Park Conservancy and Jackson Hole Children’s Museum. She is an avid outdoorswoman, a Teton County, Wyoming native.

Astoria Park Conservancy Board

Chris Deming

Chris has worked for The Trust for Public Land for 19 years, conserving land for people; currently, as Senior Project manager, he works across the Northern Rockies. He and his wife Haley live in Jackson and enjoy raising two kids here because of the value on outdoor opportunities.

Joe Scott

Joe Scott is a retired orthodontist with over 30 years of a lively practice in Winnetka, IL. Joe moved to Jackson with his wife three years ago, after numerous vacations here. Joe enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, climbing, fly fishing, rafting and other outdoor activities in this magnificent area.

John Qualy

John is a retired Managing Partner of Northwestern Mutual, after a 41 year career. John is a graduate of University of Missouri College of Journalism and continues to participate as a member of the Deans Advisory Council. He splits time between St. Louis, MO and Jackson, with his wife Kathy and his four rescue dogs.

Charlie Hagen

Charlie Hagen's love of Jackson started at birth and has intensified with time. He believes that Jackson Hole is a treasure and should be carefully managed so that everyone can enjoy its unique wonder today and tomorrow. Charlie is an Engineer that facilitates the ambitious ideas of high energy physics, and dreamers, alike.

Joe Cranston

Joe Cranston has over 30 years of experience in the club business. Joe currently serves as GM/COO of Snake River Sporting Club. Joe shared that while he never saw the original pools, he is amazed at how many people have shared their experiences at Astoria. Joe lives in Jackson with his wife and family.

Scott Crisp

Since 2009, Scott has been the principal of Jackson Hole High School in Jackson, where he previously spent ten years as a high school social studies teacher. He previously lived and taught in Bend, OR, and is originally from South Carolina. Scott lives in Jackson with his daughter Zoe.

Bill Schwartz

Bill is the founding partner of the law firm of Ranck & Schwartz in Jackson. Bill has over 35-years of experience resolving civil disputes in and outside of the courtroom. Throughout his career, Bill has been very engaged in non-profit service. He is energized to be a part of restoring Astoria to the community.

Kristen Fox

The Tetons have been home for Kristen for nearly two decades. Her time is spent working as Vice President of Business Development for Rocky Mountain Bank, as well as skiing the Teton backcountry or biking wildflower-lined trails with her husband Phillip. Connection to nature and community drive her passion and vision for Astoria.

McKenzie Steiner

McKenzie Steiner is a Naturopathic Physician currently practicing in Jackson, Wyoming and Teton Valley, Idaho. She grew up in the Jackson area and has great memories of the original Astoria. She is looking forward to sharing a revitalized Astoria with a new generation and her two little girls.

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Astoria Park Conservancy

Astoria Park Conservancy's mission is to connect our community through inspiring experiences in nature that improve livability, health, and wellbeing. Astoria is a non-profit, donor funded park, stewarded by Astoria Park Conservancy. Astoria's nearly 100 acres include critical wildlife habitat and wetlands, a commercial public hot springs facility, and, once completed, trails, community gathering places, and much more. Our vision is that time spent at Astoria will foster healthier and happier individuals and a more broadly connected community.

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