Amy Arsenault Joins UNH Cooperative Extension as Natural Resources Administrative Assistant

Amy Arsenault Joins UNH Cooperative Extension as Natural Resources Administrative Assistant

 

Amy Arsenault joined UNH Cooperative Extension in November 2018 as an Administrative Assistant located in Nesmith Hall at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Amy supports statewide Natural Resources program staff members working in Forestry, Wildlife, Citizen Science, Lake Water Quality and Geospatial Technologies.

Amy received her B.S. in Environmental Conservation & Sustainability from UNH in 2014. During her time at UNH, she was an intern with the Lakes Lay Monitoring Program. Prior to joining Extension, she worked as Program Manager for the Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance and has previous experience in operations support, database management, event planning and promotion, and outreach.

Amy brings a wealth of administrative skills to the Natural Resources team, as well as a passion for natural resources conservation, says Shane Bradt, Geospatial Technology/Water Quality Specialist. “We’re thrilled to have Amy on board. She brings skills, experience, and an understanding of our work that are a terrific fit for supporting our natural resources program.”

Welcome, Amy Arsenault, to UNH Cooperative Extension!

 

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