Gonzaga alum joins Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Todd Dunfield joined INLC as the Community Conservation Program Manager in 2018. He is a big trail enthusiast, who can often be found hiking, biking or leading trail maintenance work parties in the greater Spokane area.  Todd has a background in higher education and non-profit management having worked at Gonzaga University for over ten years and serving as the executive director of both Spokane Nordic Ski Association and the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation. 

Todd has served on the board of the Spokane Mountaineers, Friends of the Spokane River Centennial Trail, and Washington Trails Association.  He has a BA in History from Gonzaga University and a Master’s in Education from Seattle University.  Todd and his family live in the Millwood area east of downtown near the Spokane River.  As a family, they often recreate on the Centennial Trail, mountain bike through Beacon Hill and Rock Climb at Minniehaha Rocks. 

Catherine Henze recently interviewed Todd about his history and interest in working with INLC. Click here to view