Mallory Lykes Dimmitt
Vice President, Strategic Development and Business Relations
Mallory served on the Board of Directors from 2010-2016 until she joined the company as the Vice President of Strategic Development in April of 2016. Before coming to Lykes, she served as the Executive Director of the Florida Wildlife Corridor, a conservation communications organization that showcases the need for a permanently protected statewide network of connected lands and waters that supports wildlife and people. Previously, Mallory led The Nature Conservancy's Colorado Plateau Initiative from Telluride, Colorado, assessing large-scale conservation opportunities in a four-state region of the West, and prior to that directed the Southwest Colorado Project for the Conservancy's Colorado Chapter. She has served as a member of Telluride's Town Council and has worked with local, regional, state, and federal agencies and organizations on natural resource issues.
Mallory earned her B.S. in Natural Resources from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. She was awarded a Doris Duke Conservation Fellowship at Duke University's Nicholas School of Environment, where she earned a Masters of Environmental Management (MEM) in Environmental Economics and Policy. Mallory is an alumnus of Class IX of the Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources.