Clearview Strategies

David Swift

Annie Riddell, Principal

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Annie moved to Jackson Hole after graduating from the University of Virginia in 1999. Like so many others, Annie was lured by the siren song of the Teton mountain range. While it was the mountains that drew her, it is Jackson Hole’s exquisite community of people that inspired her to choose this place as her permanent home.

Since her tenure in the Tetons began, Annie has been actively engaged in the nonprofit realm as a consultant, volunteer and facilitator of charitable giving. She is particularly interested in environmental and women’s issues, and was a co-founder of the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Campaign and Womentum. From 2011-2013 Annie was an advisory board member of Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling, and she continues to volunteer for the organization. From 2014-2017 Annie served on the advisory board of the Jackson Hole branch of First Interstate Bank. She is currently an Advocate with Community Safety Network and chair of the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum Facility Committee.

In 2009 Annie earned a Certificate in Sustainable Entrepreneurship & Intrapreneurship from Presidio Graduate School. This series of MBA courses deepened her business acumen and reinforced her commitment to sustainable, “triple bottom line” business. In adhering to the triple bottom line philosophy, Annie measures the success of her business not only in financial terms, but also with respect to its environmental and social impacts.

Annie and husband Travis are avid backcountry skiers and cyclists. They relish their every minute of playtime with dear friends (human and canine) in the Tetons. Their lives are especially rich and full with son Casey and daughter Ren.