Housing Authority Board
Term: May 2016 through February 2020
Matt has lived in Jackson for 14 years. He is in the Real Estate & Development business and currently volunteers for PAWS, Breakfast Rotary, former START Board, and Ducks Unlimited. Matt became a Jackson Teton County Housing Authority Board member to help effect change as the community is dealing with a large housing issue. Being in the real estate and development business gives him a good understanding of the regulations and helps him understand the challenges workforce and affordable housing faces as he deals with it on a daily basis. Matt enjoys living in Jackson because of the National Forests, Parks, community, philanthropy, culture, and the accessibility and ethos of the business leaders.
Term: May 2016 through February 2021
Amy has lived in Jackson for 30 years. She is currently the office supervisor for the St. John's Home Health and Hospice office. Amy is the president of the JH Chorale, and the chairman of the board of the USDA Farm Services Agency Board (FSA) committee. She has also served 8 years on the library board. Amy became a JTCHA board member because she has always had a soft place in her heart for affordable housing and has some hope that she can help with steps needed to correct this growing problem. She is willing to look in many directions for a solution, even into land that she owns. She has watched as her two step children have struggled to find a home in Jackson where they have grown up, and is interested in preserving generational continuity.
Danielle Goldyn Haigh
Term: May 2016 through February 2019
Danielle has lived here in Jackson for 5 years. She is currently the owner/director of Pursue Movement Studio. Danielle become a JTCHA board member because her young family is looking to establish a long-term commitment to the Jackson area, and a piece of that is to identify long-term housing. This is not only for her and her family, but for all the other community members she has grown to love. Finding ways to commit to the community and serve are a current priority for Danielle's. She enjoys living in Jackson where simple life pleasures are a regular part of the daily routine, and she loves the strong feeling of community.