Ken Jones, Ph.D., Executive Director
Ken was also the director of the Northeast Center for Comparative Risk. He has a background in science with a focus on public policy, which strengthens GMI's participation in projects that incorporate information about the environment into policy dialogue. In addition to managing the organization, Ken focuses his project work on the structuring and communication of environmental assessment.
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Chris Paterson, Director of Civic Innovation
Over the past ten years, Chris has worked with hundreds of communities and organizations to develop, enhance, and use collaborative processes and information-based tools for achieving their sustainability outcomes. Chris provides presentations, consultation, facilitation and training support for a range of topics.
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Jennifer Colby, Office Administrator & Coordinator for Community Programs
Joining our staff in 1997, Jenn brought community-level experience in agriculture and environment. She offers logistical and contract support on a variety of GMI projects, as well as directing a community agriculture project in Randolph, VT. Some additional interests include environmental health, community involvement in government, and children's issues.
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Bev Lavin, Administrative Assistant
Bev Lavin offers office support such as printing, faxing, copying, mailing and basic internet research. Ms. Lavin is responsible for maintaining organizational files and resource guides and for filling informational requests. She also helps maintain our web site.

Last modified on April 18, 2005
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