Adirondack Pros Join Adirondack Council


Adirondack CouncilJanine Scherline of Peru, NY joined the Adirondack Council staff as Director of Development this week.

At the same time, Elizabeth Rogers of Willsboro will join the Council’s staff as Director of Strategic Initiatives and Engagement.

Prior to joining the Council’s team, Scherline was Director of Donor Engagement for the Adirondack Foundation, a regional community-foundation, based in Lake Placid.  Rogers was Director of Development for the UVM Health Network – Elizabethtown Community Hospital.

Janine Scherline will fill an existing director position, while Elizabeth Rogers will take on a newly created senior position focused on operational and strategic planning priorities. Both positions are part of the Council’s leadership team.

In addition to her work for the Adirondack Foundation, Scherline worked for the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, Mountain Lake Public Television in Plattsburgh, and organizations promoting arts from Lake Placid to London, England.

In addition to her work for the Elizabethtown Hospital, Rogers worked in public affairs for the National Park Service at the Fire Island National Seashore on Long Island, and at Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine. She also worked for the US Fish & Wildlife Service and The Wild Center in Tupper Lake.

Established in 1975, the Adirondack Council is a privately funded not-for-profit organization whose mission is to ensure the ecological integrity and wild character of the Adirondack Park. It is the largest environmental organization whose sole focus is the Adirondacks.

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