Vice President of Regional Operations
National Parks Conservation Association
Hayley Mortimer offers over twenty years of experience incubating and scaling up innovative solutions that meet a pressing public need. She currently manages the National Parks Conservation Association's (NPCA) field program as vice president of regional operations, which includes 55+ staff across the country. Previously, she led NPCA’s Center for Park Management (CPM), managing a variety of complex projects aimed at better connecting diverse populations to the larger park system through various public/private ventures. Prior to joining NPCA, Hayley was an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton in the economic and business analysis group. Her work primarily focused on providing market research, financial analysis, and asset management strategies for the NPS, Bureau of Land Management, and the US Forest Service. Prior to joining Booz Allen Hamilton, Ms. Mortimer was the co-owner and managing director of a consulting firm dedicated to organizational effectiveness for nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, and socially responsible companies. Her eight-person firm engaged over 65 national and international clients including National Geographic Society, Children’s Defense Fund, Nature Conservancy, Save the Children, The Ford Foundation, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Aside from managing the day-to-day operations of the firm, Ms. Mortimer personally advised senior executives on strategic planning, board governance, operations, and program development.