10 hours per week, plus donated time
Community resilience, preparedness, and sustainability have become the legacy of recovery under Ms. Goodrich’s leadership. A long-time community volunteer who has held numerous leadership positions, Ms. Goodrich has lived in the Town of Wright, Schoharie County, since 1988. Her work with SALT earned her an award from New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo for Service to New York Citizens. Contact Sarah at email@example.com
Darlene joined the Air Force in 1979 where she met her husband, who was from Cobleskill. They moved back to the area in 1988 because they wanted to be close to family and enjoy the small town atmosphere. She has a background in administrative duties and computer IT. Darlene is a member of the Cobleskill Elks, St. Vincent DePaul Church, and also works as the Director of the Christian After School Program at the Schoharie Presbyterian Church. She volunteered with flood recovery efforts five years ago by making food three times a week for the volunteers that were working. Contact Darlene at firstname.lastname@example.org
10 hours per week
Jerrine is living the dream in Schoharie County with her 2 daughters Fiora and Isla and her husband Jamison. She also loves her work at SALT. On a daily basis she is able to help her community, learn from her co-workers and develop her skills as a non-profit professional. She is especially excited about the projects she’s working on right now including, the Schoharie Creek Trail Study, Trails to Tales of Schoharie County and the development of a program to address vacant and blighted properties throughout our region. Contact Jerrine at email@example.com
Laura Morace, Project Director
Laura is SALT’s Project Director overseeing our Trails to Tales of Schoharie County website and mobile app project. Originally from Maine, but well-traveled, Laura has a degree in Fine Art from Bard College. She’s been in the nonprofit sector for her entire career working as Director of Community Development at New Hope Community in addition to creating innovative recreation therapy programs. Laura’s work has also included leadership capacities in the realm of the fine arts with museum registration and as a consulting exhibitions registrar. In all of these respective capacities, fundraising, event planning and marketing have been paramount to success. Her personal and professional interest in horticulture, beautification projects, outside recreation, and programs that serve to impact their communities drew her to SALT. Someone so dedicated to volunteerism, community development, and environmentalism is a welcome addition to the Schoharie Area Long Term Recovery staff. Contact Laura at lauram@saltdevelopment.