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Metropolitan Breakfast Club presents The Economic Impact of a Lush Urban Trail System

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Heidi Anderson is the executive director of The Trail Foundation, the nonprofit organization that works to protect, enhance, and connect the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail for the benefit of all.

As executive director of TTF, Anderson leads the Foundation’s strategic vision and continued growth, including projects currently underway such as the Trail-wide ecological restoration, Holly Shores revitalization, and enhancements to the East side of the Trail. Her key duties include overseeing the administration, projects, programs, and strategic plan of The Trail Foundation. Other responsibilities include fundraising, communications, marketing, and community outreach.

She and her family regularly enjoy the Trail for its urban access to nature and connectivity to community. Anderson's commitment to the Trail lies in the belief that this treasured asset, within Austin’s core, is at the heart of what makes our city great and our people healthy.

Heidi Anderson is the executive director of The Trail Foundation, the nonprofit organization that works to protect, enhance, and connect the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail for the benefit of all.

As executive director of TTF, Anderson leads the Foundation’s strategic vision and continued growth, including projects currently underway such as the Trail-wide ecological restoration, Holly Shores revitalization, and enhancements to the East side of the Trail. Her key duties include overseeing the administration, projects, programs, and strategic plan of The Trail Foundation. Other responsibilities include fundraising, communications, marketing, and community outreach.

She and her family regularly enjoy the Trail for its urban access to nature and connectivity to community. Anderson's commitment to the Trail lies in the belief that this treasured asset, within Austin’s core, is at the heart of what makes our city great and our people healthy.

Heidi Anderson is the executive director of The Trail Foundation, the nonprofit organization that works to protect, enhance, and connect the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail for the benefit of all.

As executive director of TTF, Anderson leads the Foundation’s strategic vision and continued growth, including projects currently underway such as the Trail-wide ecological restoration, Holly Shores revitalization, and enhancements to the East side of the Trail. Her key duties include overseeing the administration, projects, programs, and strategic plan of The Trail Foundation. Other responsibilities include fundraising, communications, marketing, and community outreach.

She and her family regularly enjoy the Trail for its urban access to nature and connectivity to community. Anderson's commitment to the Trail lies in the belief that this treasured asset, within Austin’s core, is at the heart of what makes our city great and our people healthy.

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University of Texas Club
2108 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78705
https://mbcaustin.org/events

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