Lisa Donnelly and Andrew Starace Join WRC Staff This Summer

Armed with a digital level and a tablet, and sporting orange safety vests, two new WRC staff will be walking the back roads this summer conducting road erosion inventories.  Lisa Donnelly and Andrew Starace are WRC's GIS/Transporatation Technicians for 2018. Besides road erosion inventories, they'll be doing a host of other field work including helping with traffic counts and bike/ped counts, and doing some GIS tasks in the office as well.

Lisa is a recent Keene State College Geography graduate and lives in West Brattleboro.  She knows downtown Brattleboro well, having worked for a half dozen years as a concierge at the Latchis Hotel, and she looks forward to exploring more of the Windham Region.  Lisa also has a good handle on planning and GIS from her internship at Southwest Region Planning Commission in Keene; we look forward to her sharing her knowledge with us.

Andrew is currently a Geology major at Keene State College and and hails from a small town just outside Saratoga Springs, NY.  His geology background (and maybe his love of rock climbing) will come in handy when doing erosion inventories.  Andrew perviously worked summers as a white water rafting guide and in sales and customer service at NY's largest paddle sports dealer.  He is excited to be spending time in the field this summer.

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