Ryan joined the Monadnock Conservancy as a conservation project manager in 2006 and was promoted in 2008. He completed his master’s degree through the Field Naturalist Program at the University of Vermont, where he studied natural resource inventory and interpretation with an eye to applying science and communication to land conservation challenges. Prior to that, he worked in nonprofit development with The Wilderness Society in Boston. He holds an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College, where he studied ecology and environmental studies. He is a member of the Land Trust Alliance Leadership Council and is vice president and bass singer with the Chamber Singers of Keene. When not working, Ryan can be found in his woodshop or out telemark skiing. He lives with his wife and son in Walpole.
Stacy joined the Conservancy as a conservation project manager in 2014 and was promoted in 2019 to the deputy director position. Prior to that, she worked for four years as a project manager at Maine Farmland Trust, where she gained a passion for farmland protection. Stacy holds a bachelor’s degree in urban planning from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Maine. In 2018, she was one of 14 local women to be honored as Extraordinary Women for their contributions to the Monadnock region. In her free time, she loves hiking, traveling to places off the beaten path, and competing in triathlons. Stacy lives in Keene.
land protection director
Anne joined the Conservancy in 2008. Prior to that, she worked for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. She first moved to New Hampshire for an AmeriCorps program, teaching environmental education and doing trail work in numerous state parks. After spending time on the coast of Maine and in the Hudson Valley of New York, she returned to the Granite State for a master’s degree in conservation biology at Antioch University New England. She received her undergraduate degree from Mount Holyoke College in environmental studies, concentrating in geology and geography. Anne enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing, and following old woods roads to see where they take her. Anne lives with her husband and two kids in Nelson.
land manager and GIS specialist
Rick oversees the monitoring, management planning, habitat improvements, and public access for the lands owned by the Conservancy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in geography from Keene State College and a master’s degree in resource management and conservation from Antioch University New England. Rick enjoys hiking and fishing. He and his wife and their three pets live together in Fitzwilliam.
After a 30-year environmental (geologic and hydrogeologic) consulting career, including his own firm (Eastview Environmental), Richard is now excited to explore a parallel vocation path in land conservation. A former member of the Monadnock Conservancy board (two terms) and the stewardship and lands committees, he has also served on the Peterborough Conservation Commission and Water Resources Committee; he is the current chair of the Harris Center for Conservation Education board. A graduate of Hobart College and UNH, Richard is an avid cyclist and cross-country skier who loves exploring the remoter parts of the Monadnock region. He lives in Peterborough with his wife; they have two young adult daughters.
Lindsay joined the Conservancy in 2017 after previously working for Keene State College in the alumni relations and fundraising office. Prior to that, she worked for Stonewall Farm where she was responsible for community outreach. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and dance performance from Keene State College and is a certified yoga instructor. Lindsay currently serves on the board of directors for the Little Ossipee Lake Association in Waterboro, Maine, where she spends summer weekends with her extended family. Lindsay lives in Jaffrey, with her husband and daughter, where she can often be found practicing yoga while weeding her garden.
communications and outreach manager
Katrina joined the Conservancy in 2009, after working for Yankee magazine. Previously, she worked for an independent book publisher and as a freelance writer and editor. Katrina is currently on the board of Historic Harrisville, and has served on the boards of the Peterborough Folk Music Society and the Monadnock Institute of Nature, Place and Culture. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master’s degree from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College. She enjoys traveling and being outdoors as often as she can whether biking, hiking, camping, canoeing, skiing, or snowshoeing. Katrina lives with her husband and son in Harrisville.