Chris came to the District from the Penobscot County Soil & Water Conservation District where he was the District Manager for 16 years. Chris’ primary responsibilities are to manage the finances for the Long Creek Watershed Management District and to assist with program outreach. Chris has extensive experience in financial management, watershed protection and outreach.
Education & Outreach Manager
Jami joined the District in 2004 as a Project Manager for watershed protection and restoration projects. She now leads the Interlocal Stormwater Working Group and the District’s Education & Outreach Team. She also develops outreach plans and materials for the Think Blue Maine Partnership and leads the coordination of the Urban Runoff 5K, Green Neighbor Family Fest, and Maine Stormwater Conference.
Municipal Outreach Coordinator
Jodie joined the District in 2014. She educates municipal staff and officials about protecting their water resources. Prior to joining our team, Jodie worked as the Assistant Conservation Administrator and Stormwater Coordinator in Burlington, MA.
Educator & Technical Specialist
Jenna joined the District in 2014 as a student intern and was the Technical Director for Youth Conservation Corps in 2015. She assists with a number of District projects on both the Education and Outreach Team and the Technical Team. She is currently studying Environmental Science at the University of Southern Maine (USM).
As the District Manager since 1983, Betty is responsible for administration and finance. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of New England. Betty has also completed course work in Biological Sciences at the University of Rhode Island.
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Kat joined the District in 2015 and brings extensive experience in environmental education and communications. She provides clean water and healthy soil messages to students and adults in Cumberland County as part of the CONNECT Program. Kat also assists with the coordination of the Urban Runoff 5K, Green Neighbor Family Fest, and Maine Stormwater Conference.
Scott joined the District in 2015 and brings 10 years of experience working in the private sector and at Maine Department of Environmental Protection. He also pioneered the use of dogs to detect human waste in stormwater runoff. At the District, Scott focuses on supporting urban stream protection and restoration efforts.
Robyn joined the District in 2014. She is an environmental engineer by trade and brings 20 years of experience in programmatic environmental management to the District. She serves as a resource to all staff and projects, as well as a liaison to the District’s Board of Supervisors and community partners.
Assistant District Engineer
Adam is a Maine native and a recent graduate of the University of Maine’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He has experience in wastewater and stormwater fields and is a member of the District’s Technical Team. Adam supports the ongoing efforts in Long Creek and other clean water projects. Prior to joining the District, Adam was an intern at Portland Water District and Veazie Sewer District.
District Engineer & Stormwater Program Manager
Aubrey joined the District as a licensed Professional Engineer (Maine, #11677) in 2016, and brings more than 15 years’ experience in the fields of stormwater and wastewater management. At the District, Aubrey supports the Interlocal Stormwater Working Group and is part of the District’s team of technical experts who implement the Long Creek Watershed Management Plan.
Heather has been with the District since 2006 as a Project Manager protecting Cumberland County’s lakes and rivers. She has served as the coordinator for over 20 projects, and she is leading the development of a new technical assistance program called Clean Water Works. Heather leads the District’s Technical Team.
Damon joined the District in 2014 and brings extensive community planning experience and GIS knowledge to the team. He assists with both urban stream and rural lakes work at the District. Damon has his Master’s Degree in Community Planning and Development from the University of Southern Maine Muskie School.