I grew up in Pennsylvania, graduated with a B.S. in Business Management from Rochester Institute of Technology, and lived throughout New England before settling in southern Maine. I am the proud daughter of a music teacher and married into a family of sailors, gardeners, and hobby farmers. My love of nature was developed throughout childhood and has grown exponentially since moving to Maine in 2014.
It has always been my great aspiration to synthesize so much of what I value – non-profit work, education, agriculture, the environment, great design, and transparent communication – into a career. I love using my skillset to share the story of the Center’s impressive heritage while looking to its exciting future.
My husband and I live on our own mini version of Wolfe’s Neck Center in Kittery, ME on six acres of waterfront, forest, and gardens. We live with our rescue pit bull, two cats, and 12 chickens, and are looking forward to adding two goats in the spring.← Back to Blog