Susan Davies

Executive Director

Susan worked for 30 years as a television journalist specializing in environmental reporting before joining TOSC in 2009. Public Policy and Communications are her specialty. Improving our trails, open space and parks is her passion. She earned her master’s degree in Environmental Science and Management from Duquesne University and her bachelor’s from Lawrence University. In her free time she enjoys bicycling, hiking, skiing and camping with family and friends.


Vince Cloward

Program Director

Vince has dedicated the past 25 years of his life to the conservation of lands and waters throughout west. Before joining TOSC, he founded a successful watershed non-profit in Northern California and has managed several large scale restoration projects, as well as outdoor educational programs that have served over 30,000 students and educators. Since 2008 Vince has led TOSC’s Open Space Volunteer/Stewardship programs, managed our Starlight Spectacular and written successful grants for the organization. In his free time he enjoys returning to his “river rat roots” on the Arkansas or Colorado.


Bill Koerner

Advocacy Director

Bill brings a well-equipped toolkit to his position as TOSC’s Advocacy Director. As an elected official for Manitou Springs, Bill led the effort establishing the first publically funded open space, trails and parks program in the region. Bill also served on the City of Colorado Springs TOPS Working Committee, the TOPS extension campaign committee and the TOSC Board of Directors. As Advocacy Director he strategizes and manages TOSC’s effort to improve trails, open spaces and parks for the Pikes Peak region. In his spare time Bill skis, hikes and bicycles.

Eileen Healy

Membership, Outreach and Admin Director

If you interact with the organization in any way, chances are you’ll speak with Eileen. Office management, social media, membership, communications and more are her domain. Her favorite phrase is “What if…?” You can often find her hiking or biking the Greenway, Section 16 or Red Rock Canyon Open Space, sometimes accompanied by her husband and her canine companion, Emma the wonder corgi. A former resident of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Eileen is bilingual in Spanish and English.

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