Our Staff

Carrie Kinne, Executive Director

Carrie graduated from the University of Maine and has lived and worked in Maine all her life. Her career has focused primarily in the area of fundraising where she has spent the last twenty-five years working with a variety of non-profits across the state. She grew up on the Kennebec River in Farmingdale but now lives in North Yarmouth and has a camp in Lincoln with her family. Carrie loves the State of Maine and exploring all the amazing places that make Maine “the way life should be”. ckinne@kennebecestuary.org

 

Anne Reiter, Operations Director

Anne worked for 18 years as an environmental, health and safety professional in the energy and biotech industries. She holds a B.S. in biology and environmental Studies from Bowling Green State University and a master’s in environmental health from Tufts University. A desire for a slower life with “more green and less noise” brought her to Maine. Anne enjoys spending time with her husband and two children paddling and swimming. areiter@kennebecestuary.org

 

Becky Kolak, Education Coordinator

Becky Kolak served KELT as an AmeriCorps volunteer in 2011 doing educational programs and community outreach on the impact of water quality to regional shellfish beds, harvesters and local economies. She did such a fabulous job that kept her at KELT as our first Education Coordinator. She now works with schools, camps, state and local agencies, and community groups to energetically share her knowledge of the natural resources of the Kennebec Estuary.  bkolak@kennebecestuary.org

 

Chris Cabot, Land Conservation and Farmland Protection Specialist

Chris has a background in conservation working for various non-profits and state agencies in Maine and is a graduate of Antioch University. He manages the “Local Farms, Local Food” initiative, focused on securing, preserving and stewarding threatened farmland in the Bath-Brunswick region. He splits his time between between the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and KELT and is a member of a CSA in Brunswick. chris.btlt.kelt@gmail.com

 

 

Ruth Indrick, Project Manager

Ruth found her way to Maine in 2011 as an AmeriCorps volunteer for the Department of Marine Resources. Since then she has led the Kennebec Estuary Shellfish Area Project and the Georgetown Water Resources Project working to better understand the sources and movement of fecal pollution on shellfish flats through a combination of outreach, water sampling, area pollution source surveys, stream surveys, GIS analysis, and data analysis. rindrick@kennebecestuary.org