CLCF Staff

Linda Mutschler | Executive Director
Linda spent nearly the majority of her career on Wall Street as an equity analyst. After retiring in 2005, she and her family returned to Wisconsin. Linda’s volunteer interests include nutrition, health, education and the environment. Linda is a graduate of Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business. She is married to Jock Mutschler and has two children. She and her family love spending time on Little Cedar Lake and can often can be found on various CLCF trails with their golden retriever.

Priscilla Galasso | Office Manager
Priscilla has worked exclusively with non-profit organizations since college, including a children’s theater company and two Wisconsin museums. Her life-long passion for the environment was kicked into high gear by attending the Wilderness 50 conference in 2014, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Wilderness Act into law. She began work with CLCF in April, 2015 and considers her work with CLCF an important component of living out her passion. Priscilla has four grown children and moved to West Bend in 2016.

Priscilla has also worked for Old World Wisconsin and Discovery World and volunteered at the Wehr Nature Center. Prior to living in Wisconsin, she was a substitute teacher and the Operations Supervisor and a teacher with a children’s theater company. She was a Girl Scout for 12 years and a Girl Scout leader for three.

Traci Cooper began working in the CLCF office as a volunteer in April of 2019. She put in 40 hours of service on our Record Keeping project in her first month, and then continued to work on organizing, scanning, filing and creating documents. She was hired on January 6, 2020 as our Administrative Assistant. She has contributed her artistic talents to several CLCF projects as well.

Joseph P. Mantoan joined the Office Staff as the Stewardship Manager on February 3, 2020. Joseph earned a B.A. in Environmental Studies focused on Sustainable Agriculture from Warren Wilson College, North Carolina in 2007. Along with his parents, he founded Sauve Terre Farm in 2009, a certified Organic farm west of Big Cedar Lake, that focuses on permanent pasture and grassed beef. Joseph is passionate about ecological farming and conserving open space for the social and environmental benefits it provides. He is also very excited to be part of the CLCF team and help continue to achieve the mission of CLCF.