Janaé Reneaud Field
Janaé was raised in the rural community of Carland Michigan. She earned a bachelor of science degree in Wildlife Biology from Michigan State University and then a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in land conservation from Eastern Michigan University. Janaé was the executive director at the Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust (Seguin, Texas) until 2011 when she moved to El Paso. Previously, she had served four years as the development and grants manager of the Washtenaw Land Trust in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge and has also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Bulgaria.
Kenneth Croucher, Jr.
Kenneth is a graduate of UTEP and a lifelong El Pasoan. He has spent the last fifteen years in the accounting field, from working as a controller to running a regional tax preparation business. He is married and has three young daughters.
Maryflor Garcia Gamboa
Education and Volunteer Program Manager
Maryflor was raised here in El Paso. She attended the University of Texas at El Paso, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. During her time at UTEP she was a member of the Environmental Advocates, and this began her volunteering journey. She was also an intern for the New Mexico State Climatologists’ Office in Las Cruces. After graduating, she began to volunteer for the El Paso State Parks, the TecH2O Center, and the Animal Services. In 2018 she had the opportunity to work as an Outdoor Environmental Educator for the YMCA Camp Orkila in Orcas, Washington. She is once again back in El Paso and excited to educate the community about the importance of conserving our beautiful Chihuahuan Desert.