Michael Marin appointed to The Trail Foundation Board
Boulette Golden & Marin Partner, Michael Marin, was appointed the Board of Directors for The Trail
Foundation in 2021 for a 3 year term. Marin, a longtime member of The Trail Foundation, also serves
on the Governance Committee.
Founded as the Town Lake Trail Foundation in 2003, the name was changed to The Trail Foundation in
2008 when Town Lake was renamed Lady Bird Lake honoring the former First Lady of the United
States, Lady Bird Johnson. The Trail Foundation oversees the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail
at Lady Bird Lake in the heart of Austin. Through careful improvements to the Trail’s infrastructure and
environment, the Butler Trail remains a healing place, a place where people go to clear their minds,
commune with nature, gather for fun, or stretch their boundaries. And it’s the center of the city’s
expanding network of connected urban paths. Ultimately, the Trail will extend further eastward and
westward along the lake.
On his enthusiasm for serving The Trail Foundation’s mission, Marin said “As one who has used the
trail regularly for over 25 years, I am so excited to join these excellent colleagues in serving the
mission of TTF to protect, enhance, and connect the trail for the benefit of all Austinites!”
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About The Trail Foundation
Our mission is to protect, enhance, and connect the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake for the
benefit of all. Since our formation in 2003 as a 501(c)(3), we have fulfilled our mission through careful improvements to
the Trail’s infrastructure and environment, while honoring the original vision of the Trail’s founders. In 2003, we formed
the Town Lake Trail Foundation to continue the work of the Citizen’s Committee and ensure that the heart of Austin stays
strong. In 2008, inspired by the renaming of the lake, we adopted the name The Trail Foundation.