Geoffrey Sewake is a Community and Economic Development Field Specialist for University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. As a Field Specialist, he provides support to state-wide programming, including the NH First Impressions Program, a program he co-developed and founded with his Extension colleague, Casey Hancock.
Geoffrey’s time at Extension has been focused on a rich set of topics including data analysis, demographics, craft brew industry, and rural young professionals. Before Extension, Geoffrey was blessed with a number of unique professional experiences, such as managing the community outreach for the City of Los Angeles’ Pilot Multifamily Recycling Program, assisting in the draft of investment derivatives at Morgan Stanley, and copy-editing language on the Bing: Jay-Z Decoded project at Droga5. His diverse educational and professional background brings a unique perspective to the State of New Hampshire and the greater Northern New England region. Geoffrey holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado in Geography and Environmental Studies, and a J.D. and Masters of Environmental Law and Policy from the Vermont Law School.