Trustees

Bee on Butterflyweed Janet DiMattia_optRobert F. Smith
President & Founding Trustee of the Harwich Conservation Trust (HCT), attorney, past member Town of Harwich Finance Committee, past member Harwich Chamber of Commerce board of directors, past moderator of First Congregational Church of Harwich, past Little League coach, Board of Directors of FSH Muscular Dystrophy Society, Inc.

Bruce Nightingale
Past member of the Town of Harwich Planning Board, current member of the Town of Harwich Trail Committee and Board of Assessors.

Colin A Leonard
Vice-President of The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, principle of general contracting company Colin Leonard Enterprises, Inc., member of Pilgrim Masonic lodge.

William Baldwin
Former nine-year member for Town of Harwich Planning Board, former three-year Vice Chair for Town of Harwich Community Preservation Committee.

Andrea Silbert
Former CEO (co-founder) the Center for Women & Enterprise, Democratic candidate for state lieutenant governor in 2006.

Thomas M. Evans
Vice-President of HCT, executive search consultant for independent schools, recent past Headmaster of Cape Cod Academy, Trustee of Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Board of Directors for the Cape Cod Foundation, past member Harwich Conservation Commission.

Edward A. Rubel
Treasurer of HCT, Director of Community Lending at Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Board of Directors for the Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless, Inc., member of the Harwich Chamber of Commerce.

William Schumann
HCT delegate to The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, past member of Wild Care Board of Directors, retired executive in the reinsurance industry.

Donna Peterson
Clerk of HCT, member of Harwich Chamber of Commerce, past member Harwich chamber executive board, past manager of chamber information center, past member Town of Harwich Zoning Board of Appeals, retired pharmaceutical executive, past owner/operator bed & breakfast in Harwich Port.

Matt Cushing
Retired physician (internist), anchors a medical program on local Channel 18, weekly reader of The Cape Cod Times for the blind, teacher of computer science and practice in Chatham and Barnstable.

Nancy Poor
Also serves on the board of The Sampson Fund, Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless, and Provincetown Center of Coastal Studies.