Lindsay Sullivan - Board President

Lindsay grew up in East Montpelier, but met her husband Trevor, a local Waterbury resident, when they both lived in Massachusetts over 10 years ago. They recently moved back to the area, and are enjoying raising their son, Oliver, in Waterbury Center. Lindsay is an artist and designer. She spends her time volunteering for various organizations around the area, including Camp TaKumTa in South Hero. She loves to bake, practices yoga, and enjoys spending time in her perennial garden.




Chelsea Bardot Lewis - Treasurer

Chelsea is a senior philanthropic advisor at the Vermont Community Foundation. Her role includes management of the Foundation’s Vermont Investments. She also serves on the Board of the High Meadows Fund. Chelsea most recently served as business development section chief for the Vt Agency of Agriculture. She lives with her husband, Nate, and her two sons, Jack and William, in Waterbury and enjoys yoga and gardening in her spare time.



Sydnie Rutledge - Secretary

Sydnie was born in Duxbury.  She is a student supervisor at the New School in Montpelier and a former employee at TCELS.  She is taking courses to become a psychologist and work with autistic children.  In her free time, she enjoys being outside with her dogs.

 


Dr Kalev Freeman - Board Member

Kalev is a professor at the UVM College of Medicine, with an interest in education and child safety. He and his wife, Monique, have lived in Duxbury since 2007. They enjoy hiking, backcountry skiing, music and art. Kalev plays violin and fiddle. His experience in grant writing and fundraising are an asset to TCELS development efforts.



Scott Wieber - Board Member

Scott grew up in southeastern PA and met his wife Megan in college. After getting married, they moved to VT and have lived in Waterbury Ctr since 2011. They have one child and enjoy snowboarding, mountain biking and spending time with family.




Dr Monique McHenry - Board Member

Monique is an assistant professor at the UVM College of Medicine where she teaches and researches plant based medicine. In her spare time, she can be found paddling, backcountry skiiing, farming and making ceramics. She and her husband, Kalev, have resided in Duxbury for 14 years and are thrilled to have both children attending TCELS.





 



  







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