CELT Welcomes New Executive Director

CELT Welcomes New Executive Director

Cindy Krum

The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust is pleased to introduce our new Executive Director, Cynthia Krum. Cindy brings to CELT a passion for community-based land conservation, strong management and organizational skills and significant experience in environmental education. She lives in South Portland and loves to walk, bike and snowshoe on CELT’s trails. Cindy is also a Maine Guide.

Cindy served as the Executive Director of the Gulf of Maine Association, an organization with multiple partnerships focused on protecting and restoring regional watersheds and the Gulf of Maine Ecosystem. She also managed conservation projects and supported other initiatives for the South Portland Land Trust.

She holds a Masters of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Antioch University New England and a Bachelor of Arts in Human Ecology from the College of the Atlantic, both of which reflect her commitment to CELT’s conservation mission.

CELT protects Cape Elizabeth’s cherished lands forever. We are excited to work with Cynthia on new conservation projects and to achieve the lasting conservation that you have supported through your dedication to CELT.

Please join us in welcoming Cindy to the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust.

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