Elizabeth Migliore, Director
Elizabeth Migliore most recently served with the Wildlands Trust as a Massachusetts Land Initiative for Tomorrow AmeriCorps Regional Conservation Coordinator, which involved collaborating with various municipalities and nonprofits, including town open space committees, to build capacity for this small land trust. Earlier, Liz completed 1,700 hours of volunteer service through her AmeriCorps Cape Cod placement as the Cape Cod National Seashore Planning Assistant. She also assisted OCT with the Namequoit Bog restoration project and other land management projects during that service year. Previously she was a graduate assistant and biological technician with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Liz has a Master of Science degree from Ohio University in Environmental Studies, and a Bachelor of Science degree from State University of New York at Buffalo.
Pam Schultz, Office Assistant
Pam Schultz served as a dedicated volunteer of Orleans Conservation Trust before starting as a part-time office assistant in 2016. Pam has also worked at the Mass Audubon Wellfleet Bay Sanctuary since 2011, and prior to that spent 37 years working for the federal government.
Andrew Bagnara, Land Manager
Originally from Indiana, Andrew holds a degree in natural resources from Purdue University. He first came to Massachusetts as part of AmeriCorps Cape Cod, placed with Wellfleet Conservation Trust and the Wellfleet Conservation Department. He then served in the AmeriCorps MassLIFT program as a land stewardship coordinator for Wildlands Trust. For the past few years he has been a utility systems specialist in Iowa and Michigan, focusing on GPS data acquisition. He is working part-time for OCT, and part-time for Eastham Conservation Foundation.
Derek Brudahl, AmeriCorps Cape Cod Individual Placement
AmeriCorps Cape Cod member Derek Brudahl will be serving with OCT one day a week in October through July, and serving two days per week with Dan Connolly at the town Tree Department. Derek is from Philadelphia, where he graduated with a degree in Earth and Environmental Sciences from Temple University. He recently completed a summer AmeriCorps program in Palmer, Alaska where he worked on a vegetable farm and spent most of his time in the field or working with the community to educate about growing practices, food preparation, and conservation. He also worked in New York in quarries and material testing labs.