Johanna Van Waveren: Johanna is the Co-Executive Director for the CNMA. She was previously the Walks and Talks coordinator for the association. Johanna loves outdoor recreation and public lands, but her interests also include cooking, travel, music, and her dog, Boudin. Her wide array of interests are reflected in the jobs she has held and the places she has lived. Johanna has worked on an organic farm, managed restaurants, and given tours at the New Orleans Museum of Art. She has also been an Interpretive Park Guide at Colorado National Monument and worked for National Forests throughout Western Colorado. She has lived in California, Virginia, South Carolina, and Lousiana, but now she never plans to leave the great state of Colorado.
John Lintott: John is the other Co-Executive Director for the CNMA. He was previously the Art Coordinator for the association for 4 years and started the Monuments and Canyons Plein Air Invitational. He is a landscape painter himself, and for nearly 8 years, he and his family owned an art gallery and frame shop in downtown Grand Junction. He has been involved in the art community since he moved here from Fort Collins in 2001. When he isn’t working at the visitor center, he may be found painting or running the trails of Colorado National Monument. John and his wife Emily, are the happy parents of three daughters.
Linda Saturno: Linda is originally from Connecticut, but spent sixteen years living on the east coast of Florida. She relocated to Colorado in 2016 and joined the CNMA staff as office manager and buyer. Her varied experience includes four years as office manager and accountant for a regional health department, nine years as controller for a defense subcontractor, three years as an accountant for a manufacturer of gaming printers, and six years as accountant and employee resource manager for a theater that produces Broadway shows. She is enjoying the beauty of Colorado and learning about the area. Linda is lives in Grand Junction with her Cojack, Madeleine and Calico cat, Callie.
Camille Jestrovich: Camille grew up in Grand Junction and spent her childhood summers hiking at the Colorado National Monument and working at her family’s amusement park, Guyton’s Fun Junction. After spending 17 years in New York City, she moved her family back to her hometown in Western Colorado. Camille recently retired from teaching and was thrilled to get a job at one of her favorite places – the Colorado National Monument. Camille’s favorite part of her job is learning about her surroundings from park rangers and meeting visitors from around the world.
Carol Dominguez: Carol begins her fourth summer working as a Bookstore Sales Associate for CNMA. Originally from the New Mexico-Texas border, she graduated from New Mexico State University and taught high school for 8 years in that area. She then lived for 10 years in San Diego before moving to Montrose. She worked for Western National Parks Association (WNPA) for 18 years and was the association manager at Black Canyon National Park for 10 years. Three years ago she retired from WNPA and moved to Grand Junction to be closer to her family. She is widowed and has 3 grown daughters and 4 grand kids.