A LEEDS architect and executive director for Ironwood Community Partners, is WLT’s past president and continues to work on grants and land acquisitions.
A retired nuclear engineering project manager, now Executive Scientist for the Connecticut Academy of Science & Engineering and on WLT’s finance committee.
A retired professional gardener and graphic designer who chairs the Bloomfield Beautification Committee, created WLT’s new website, coordinates nature lectures, and chairs the Wine & Dine fundraiser.
An information technology professional retired from the Travelers Insurance Co., founded the Trails Committee at Seabury Active Life Community and continues to develop trails and lead hikes.
A visiting research scientist at Brown Univ. and adjunct geology faculty at Central Connecticut State Univ. who is committed to climate science education, currently coordinates WLT membership.
Our volunteer Board of Directors bring various skills and expertise to our board. They oversee and approve organizational plans, budgets and financial reports, as well as implement land protection strategies. They also initiate ways to raise the necessary funds to continue their operations and support Land Trust activities, many of which are free to the public.
They meet once a month on the second Wednesday from 5:30 pm to 7 pm. Directors have the option of serving 1, 2, or 3-year term lengths. Board meetings are open to members.
We gratefully acknowledge the many contributions of those who volunteered previously on the Board of Directors: