Board of Directors

Summer Glory, Photo by Kaylyn Pusczynski

Summer Glory, Photo by Kaylyn Pusczynski

TLGV is always looking for passionate members to serve on its Board of Directors. The TLGV Nominating Committee is searching for members with a variety of skills, talents and geographic representation.

Board terms are for 3 years, and begin upon election at the Annual Meeting in May. The Board is actively involved in supporting TLGV programs and projects and adheres to the Board Member Expectation Policy.

If interested, please submit a brief statement of interest and a resume to the TLGV office. Contact TLGV Executive Director Lois Bruinooge at 774-3300 or Lois@tlgv.org for more information.

Officers and Directors: 2021 - 2022

Officers

Myra Ambrogi, Sterling, Chairwoman
Marty Nieski, Woodstock, Vice-Chairman
Lisa Hayden, Sturbridge, Secretary
Kent Boudreau, Union, Treasurer

Directors

Kwasi Acheampong, Brimfield
Ann-Marie Aubrey, Killingly
Donna Baron, Lebanon
Rick Canavan, Pomfret
Karyn DiBonaventura, Pomfret
Martin Fey, Putnam
Rev. Dr. Susan Foster, Woodstock
Sandra Gibson-Quigley, Sturbridge
Jimi Gothreau, Putnam
Christopher Hadis, Oxford
Bill Jobbagy, Coventry
Representative Joseph McKenna, representing the Governor of Massachusetts
Mike Nelson, Norwich
Wayde Schmidt, Pomfret
Courtney Squire, Pomfret
Eric Thomas, Coventry, representing the Governor of Connecticut
Mark Winne, Charlton

2021 Board of Directors Meeting Dates

Board meetings are open to the public. They typically begin at 8:30 am and are now being held remotely. If you wish to attend, please email:Lois@tlgv.org at least one day prior to the meeting to obtain the meeting link.

2021
February 18
April 22
June 17
August 19
September 16
October 21
December 16

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