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Upper Saco Valley Land Trust Welcomes Two New Board Members
Conway, NH - The Upper Saco Valley Land Trust (USVLT) recently added two outstanding community members to its Board of Directors:
Lindsay Kafka has a deep affinity for the lands of the greater Mount Washington Valley, having been first introduced to this landscape as a child. For most of her life, her professional career has been centered to the south, around the greater Boston area. There, she first worked as a founding partner for the Concord Law Group, and then took positions with both Boston College and Harvard University in their philanthropy departments, focusing her work on planned giving. She has also worked on fundraising campaigns and nonprofit governance as an independent consultant. Most recently, Lindsay is back in school to pursue another passion of hers: nursing. Lindsay and her husband, Steve, will become residents of South Conway this fall once she completes her degree.
Meghan Moody is a proud native of the Mount Washington Valley. She attended Elmira College where she took courses in marketing, management, and art. She is now using those skills as the Marketing Coordinator at HEB Engineers in North Conway. Meghan is a multi-tasker, social media maven, artist, and a wicked good hockey player. In addition to her keen sense of design, she has valuable experience working for several of our local restaurants, including Thompson House Eatery and The Oxford House Inn. She knows how to plan an epic bash, work a crowd, and make everyone comfortable. Meghan and her partner, Dave, live in North Conway with their two pups, Cady-dog and Roux. They all enjoy all things outdoors.
In addition to these two new Board members, Rebecca McReynolds recently assumed the role of Treasurer from Jim Hastings. Rebecca McReynolds has worked as a freelance business writer for two decades. As a passionate volunteer, she looks to apply her financial and organizational development skills to nonprofits that share her commitment to community and the environment. Rebecca has been on the USVLT Board since 2018.