Are you passionate about fostering connections between people and nature? Do you possess experience with office operations and a drive for excellence? If so, you may be the ideal candidate to join our team as an Office Manager at CLCF.

Linda Mutschler – Executive Director

Linda joined CLCF’s Board in 2012 and stepped down from the Board to become Executive Director in January 2017. Linda and her husband Jock have owned a home on Little Cedar Lake since 2007 and are thrilled that CLCF has conserved the scenic beauty and rural character of the Cedar Lakes region. Linda spent the majority of her career on Wall Street as an equity analyst. She is a graduate of Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business. She and her family love spending time on Little Cedar Lake and can often be found on CLCF’s trails.

Sophie Gosetti – Conservation Manager

Sophie joined CLCF in 2022.  She graduated from UW-Madison with a BS in Conservation Biology and Spanish. While at UW-Madison, Sophie worked with the McCulloh Lab in the Department of Botany and researched plant physiological reactions to changing environmental conditions. After graduation, Sophie worked with Waukesha County Parks and Land Use. More recently, Sophie worked with Glacial Lakes Conservancy and managed their nature preserves while also learning about conservation easements. In her spare time, Sophie is often hiking, reading, or putting together jigsaw puzzles.

Sarah Moore Stewardship Coordinator

Sarah graduated summa cum laude from UW-Milwaukee in 2022 with a BA in Conservation and Environmental Science and a minor in Biology. While going to school, Sarah got her start as a seasonal ranger for the Forest Preserve District in DuPage County, Illinois. After graduating from UW-Milwaukee, Sarah spent two years continuing to learn out in nature as an environmental restoration field technician at Milwaukee County Parks. Sarah is excited to be a part of stewarding CLCF’s properties in the Cedar Lakes region and is looking forward to meeting all the wonderful people who care so much for these lands. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys working on leather tooling, sewing, painting, and practicing historical European martial arts.

Nicole Tennies Development Coordinator

Nicole joined CLCF in January of 2024. She grew up in Campbellsport, WI, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point (UWSP) in December of 2023 with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Planning, a minor in Sustainable Energy, and a Professional GIS Certificate. While attending UWSP, she spent a semester as a Land Protection Assistant Intern with North Central Conservancy Trust. Outside of work, Nicole enjoys hiking, working out, reading, and spending time with her friends and family.