Danny Boren – President
Raised on Maui since the age of six, Danny Co-Founded Skyline Eco-Adventures in 2002 with the goal of creating a sustainable business and providing a meaningful and positive impact on the environment and people of Maui. Danny is passionate about environmental preservation, and launched the Pohakūokala Restoration efforts in 2002 as a way to help reestablish a native Hawaiian forest, and as a way to keep Skyline’s first zipline guides working in the early days when zipline customers were few and far between.
Erik McLellan – Vice President
Born and raised in a small town of 3000 residents in Maine, Erik has always had a strong love and appreciation for the outdoors and nature. Fortunately, after attending Babson College and graduating with a degree in Information Systems and Entrepreneurship, he was rescued from a cubicle at a computer consulting company in Boston by an old college friend who had started a zipline company 6000 miles away on Maui. The company, Skyline Eco-Adventures, was growing and needed a General Manager to assist with the direction things were headed. Being an exciting new company and having been founded with a very solid mission to give back to the communities and environments in which it operated, it seemed like a fantastic opportunity to leave the corporate world behind for a new direction in life. Erik tossed the computer out the window and hopped on a one-way flight across the country and the Pacific Ocean. He has been enjoying managing the company and supporting giving back the Community, Culture, and Environment ever since.
Ryan Zaikoski, Treasurer
Being part of the Maui community for 8 years Ryan currently holds the position of Director of Finance at Skyline Eco-Adventures. He comes with experience in corporate financial planning, data anaylsis, and strategic planning. His experience has led him to work with a range of different companies from small growing companies to multi billion dollar corporations. While he spends the majority of his time at a computer or conference room he welcomes each opportunity to participate in conservation and preservation activities and enjoy life outside of the office.
Joseph Imhoff – Program Manager
A passionate land restoration enthusiast, Joe has 15 years of experience designing, implementing, overseeing, and monitoring restoration projects, and has been a part of Skyline Eco-Adventures for over 15 years. In 2011, he completed a 50-state native tree project, part of the Plant a Wish project he co-founded. In 2013, Joe was named Eco Tour Guide of the Tear by the Hawaii Eco-Tourism Association and in 2017 was the recipient of Malama I Ka Aina award.