TOM BOISVERT

Board Chair
Co-Chair, Capital Campaign Committee
Tom started his business career in 1978 when he opened a landscape and excavation firm. As the company grew, it branched out into residential home building and land development. Over the years, Tom has been involved in hundreds of residential and commercial projects throughout Massachusetts and Southern NH. He continues his love of the building business with property acquisitions, rehab and sales.

Past experiences include: New Castle Planning Board member, New Castle Planning Board Liaison To ZBA, New Castle Elected Cemetery Trustee, Past President SENH Habitat for Humanity. Tom is most recently the Founder and Board Chair of the new nonprofit Community Toolbox Inc. in Portsmouth, NH. Tom lives with his wife Barbara and their Chocolate lab "Nabisco" in Durham, NH. His love of the outdoors and wildlife has brought him to Center for Wildlife and he hopes his experience in business will help the Center become a premier facility in the New England region helping rescue, rehabilitate and releasing wildlife.

LARRY GOFF

Board Vice Chair

Co-Chair, Capital Campaign Committee

Larry Goff is a retired Professor of Psychology and worked at Massachusetts Bay Community College in Wellesley, MA. During his 38 year tenure, Professor Goff served as the Dean of Students, Dean for Humanities and Social Sciences for the college prior to his teaching career and then went on to become the Department Chair for the Division of Social Sciences, while developing the Distance Education curriculum for the Psychology Department. His degrees are in Psychology and Counseling, and he has done extensive consulting work for school systems in MA and NH in association with Northeast Health Resources, along with a private practice and EAP business. Professor Goff was a member and Chairman of Membership of the Greater Lovell Land Trust Board of Directors, Lovell Maine and also on the Board of Directors of STEP, a Drug and Education Prevention organization, Boston, MA. In addition, he has served on countless Civic and Community Boards.

 

Larry and his wife Sharon brought an injured herring gull to the Center for Wildlife last spring, and were so impressed with their care and response that they wanted to get involved. Larry and Sharon have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. They reside in York with their cat, Roxanne.

TROY DILLOW

Board Treasurer
Troy is the Owner and President of Bernier Insurance in Rochester, NH. His past management and operational experience includes founding, owning, and operating a regional transportation company. For 9 years, Troy worked for the Department of Defense at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard where his is final position was a Nuclear General Foreman for the Structural Group, where he was charged with overseeing, planning, training and execution of Nuclear maintenance nationwide. 

Troy has lived in NH for most of his life, with short residencies in Texas and Puerto Rico. His connection to the community is evident through volunteer roles including: serving on the Board of Directors at the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, member of the Rochester Economic Development Commission, monthly sponsor and volunteer at the Fellowship Kitchen (soup kitchen in Rochester) and as a member of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America. Troy is excited to bring both his community networking and operational management skills to Center for Wildlife as a board member. He is  excited about our cause and the work that is being done and became more involved because of the positive trend of the Center (both financially and organizationally). Troy lives in Rochester, NH with his wife, Roxi, and their dog, Mollie.

ANDREA KNOWLES

Board Secretary

Andrea is a founding partner at Marcom4, a marketing and communications agency specializing in corporate branding and strategic planning based in Greenland, NH. More than 20 years ago, she established her career with a local full-service marketing and public relations agency, handling production, website integration, social media implementation, video production, and all forms of media buying, including online, print, radio, TV, and outdoor transit.

 

Andrea loves to be in the thick of campaign production at all stages from leading and analyzing the initial focus groups to brainstorming ideas, creative strategizing, and finally working through follow-up and analysis. Her current work focuses on new media in a changing climate, and remaining at the forefront of capitalizing on original opportunities. For Andrea, Center for Wildlife is an important organization she sees as having these same core values. 

After graduating in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of New Hampshire, the Seacoast became Andrea’s new home. Hailing from Hampden, Massachusetts (“Western Mass”) the mountains and the ocean were too hard to pass up. Now, a resident of Eliot, Maine, Andrea lives with her two young children, Blake and Kendall, and husband, Chad. And, when she is not a business owner/partner, board member for other area non-profits, committee member, mother, wife, sister, aunt, daughter and friend, you will find her cheering on the Red Sox from right field, her son from the hockey rink sidelines, and her daughter from the gymnastics stands.

JOE TUCKER

Joe grew up in Rye, NH. From an early age, he surrounded himself with a myriad of birds and animals. Upon graduation from college, he settled into a career in the building industry and continues in that field today, 40 years later.

Joe and his wife Julie currently live in Rye where they have a diverse variety of birds and animals . They are both licensed wildlife rehabilitators in NH . Joe served on the Center for Wildlife board seven years ago,and rejoined the board two years ago. Joe's passion remains the well being of both domestic and wild creatures and the betterment of the Center for Wildlife.

KIMBERLY MEYER

Kimberly Meyer, J.D. first intersected with the Center for WIldlife while chaperoning her daughter's school field trip to Mount Agamenticus.  CFW's amazing education program deeply impressed and touched her.  Kimberly enjoys being in the wonderful New England forests enjoying nature and wildlife by mountain biking or hiking with her four children.  Kimberly works as a Vice President & Senior Treasury and Payment Services Officer for Bangor Savings Bank; a mutual bank dedicated to serving the community.  Kimberly has a B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a J.D. from Michigan State University Law School.  She is an active member of the Michigan Bar Association.  Kimberly also enjoys consulting for nonprofits on board development, corporate governance, strategic planning, program quality assessment, leadership development and fundraising.  Kimberly is honored to be a member of the CFW board team.  

MARI O'NEIL

Mari is the General Manager of the Outlets at Kittery, and her role there includes overseeing all management and marketing of the operations.  Mari is a Certified Interpretive Guide, has served as a member on several Board of Directors and fundraising committees, and has already filled several volunteer roles at Center for Wildlife such as docent and events volunteer.  Mari is excited to make a difference for the natural world by lending her marketing, networking, and project management skills to our governing body.

ERIC CIMON

Eric Cimon is New England native and is the Assistant Director of Project Management at SilverTech, a Digital Marketing Agency in Manchester, NH. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied Environmental Science and Climate. Eric has always loved wildlife and the outdoors and was first introduced to the Center for Wildlife when he was employed by construction management firm Jewett Construction. He played an integral role in the planning for the Center for Wildlife’s new facility, admired the mission and got to know the Board and Staff over the past two years. Eric lives in Hampton Falls with his wife and two children, where they look forward to supporting and helping CFW grow.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Physical Address

385 Mountain Road, Cape Neddick, ME 03902

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 620, Cape Neddick, ME 03902

Call Us

(207) 361-1400

Email

info@thecenterforwildlife.org