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Wes Todd

Wes Todd
Executive Director
wtodd@herringgut.org

Wes began work as the Center's Executive Director in October 2008. He has worked in non-profit management, development and marketing since 1999. Prior to his work with non-profits he enjoyed a successful career in commercial and recreational marine publishing. Wes lives in Thomaston, Maine, with his wife, Jana Goddard, where they raised their two children; daughter, Chris and son, Wiley.


 

Erin Meyer

Erin Meyer
Executive Assistant
emeyer@herringgut.org

Erin Meyer recently joined the Herring Gut Learning Center as the Executive Assistant. Growing up in Connecticut she's been a New Englander all her life. She attended the University of Maine where she received her degree in Art and Art History and also gained considerable affinity for the beauty of Maine. Post-graduation, Erin and her soon-to-be husband moved to Oregon. After six wonderful years in the Pacific Northwest, the lure of Maine proved too strong. Erin had the privilege of beginning her career in Maine working for the historic Down East Magazine in Rockport. More recently, her interests brought her back to the academic and artistic side of the world as an archivist with The Kenneth Noland Studio & Archives in Port Clyde. Erin currently resides in Rockland where she and her husband, Seth, get great joy watching their beautiful son, Will, grow.




 

Ann Boover

Ann Boover
Aquaculture and Marine Science Teacher
aboover@herringgut.org

Born in Newburyport, MA, Ann learned a great deal about the world around her by exploring the mudflats and harbors of Plum Island, she went on to graduate from the University of Massachusetts and then did graduate studies at Clark University in Worcester, MA. Her professional career began in communications before segueing into science education.
Having taught children, adolescents, and adults in science and environmental education in formal academic settings, as well as through Mass. Audubon Society, Ann has developed a love for hands-on experiential learning - making her a great fit here at Herring Gut.

Ann held the positions of science and master teacher at the Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School, in Worcester, before moving to St. George in 2007, where she has worked in the Camden-Rockport Middle and Elementary schools.
Ann volunteers as a steward of the Fort Point Trail in St. George and loves exploring the coastline of our peninsula by kayak.


 

Alexandria (Alex) Brasili

Alexandria (Alex) Brasili
Marine Science and Aquaculture Educator and Communications Manager
abrasili@herringgut.org

Alexandria Brasili joined the Herring Gut staff in September of 2010 for a two year appointment as an Island Fellow, an Americorps position in cooperation with the Island Institute.

At the conclusion of her fellowship she was hired on as a Marine Science and Aquaculture Educator and Communications Manager and is excited to be continuing her work. During her time at Herring Gut, she has developed a business plan for the aquaponics greenhouse and worked with R.S.U. #13's middle level alternative education group to create the "School of Roots," a student-run business. She has also led Herring Gut's outreach programs and developed and instructs the First Work Experience program for teens. Alex grew up in Leominster, MA and received her B.A. in Biology, with a focus in Marine Biology, and a minor in Italian from Bowdoin College in May 2010.

 

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