Portland Trails Staff
Director of Development
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Lindsay is honored to be part of the Portland Trails team, where she gets to combine her love for the outdoors and passion for nonprofit advocacy every day. Originally from Ohio, Lindsay moved to Boston to attend graduate school and stayed for over a decade. In 2019, Lindsay and her husband moved to Portland after falling in love with the city on multiple visits. One of the first things she did was Portland Trails' Trail to Ale 10K, and she's been avidly exploring the trail system ever since.
Lindsay started her career in arts administration as the Production Assistant for Boston Lyric Opera and Managing Director of Boston Opera Collaborative. She then took on the role of Assistant Director, and subsequently Director, of Admissions at Longy School of Music at Bard College in Cambridge, MA. Most recently, Lindsay was the Annual Fund & Leadership Gifts Officer at The Portland Symphony Orchestra.
With a master's degree in music, Lindsay also had a regional career as a classical singer. She currently sings with a number of local organizations, including Dirigo Ensemble and Opera on Tap Maine. Outside of music, Lindsay loves trail running, yoga, and making daily trips to the ocean with her dog, Mo.
Trails & Active Transportation Manager
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Jaime has been exploring the wild lands of Portland since moving from the western foothills of Maine to Munjoy Hill in 2000. With a degree in Natural Resource Management, a graduate certificate in Community Planning and Development, and practical experience in landscaping and contracting, it was only a matter of time before Jaime found Portland Trails. In his years with Portland Trails, he has worked with thousands of people in the community to build and maintain some of Portland’s favorite spaces. Jaime has spearheaded placemaking and walkability projects throughout the city, and is an active voice in making Portland a more vibrant, walkable, and livable place.
Trail Stewardship & Volunteer Coordinator
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Having grown up in the foothills of the White Mountains, Daniel has spent majority of his life in the woods and was often on a trail, in a canoe, or on his bike as a kid. He graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Environmental Management and Policy, minoring in Adventure Recreation Management, and worked at a number Land Trusts and other stewardship non-profits while in school. After college he moved to the mid-west to work for the National Park Services, advising and educating park staff on trail maintenance and stewardship. He moved back to Maine to work on a Masters Degree with the Muskie School at USM focusing on Urban and Environmental Planning.
Daniel currently resides in Portland with his wife and sons. He’s an avid hiker, skier, and home brewer. (He’s also the resident beer expert in the PT office and gives great advice on what beers to try next.) Daniel is, without a doubt, the guy with the shovel you saw on the trail that one time. Next time you see him, say hello and give him a high five!
Communications & Events Coordinator
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After graduating from the University of Maine in 2014 with a degree in English, Bailey has spent the worked on communications projects for a variety of businesses and nonprofits, including The Telling Room and WinterKids. She considers herself a writer above all else and is deeply interested in the power of interview-based storytelling. In fall 2018, she graduated from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies with a certificate in radio and podcast production. When she’s not in the office, you can find her hiking, kayaking, walking around with her microphone, or enjoying nature out on the trails!
In addition to helping plan and manage Portland Trails’ events, Bailey is the person behind the organization’s social media posts, newsletters, and all other external communications.
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Prior to coming to the U.S., Angelique held a series of positions with the International Committee of Red Cross in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Most recently, she was the Logistics and Housing Supervisor for the Food Service and Maintenance Department. In that role, she led a team of 16 to support catering and maintenance for a 20-unit housing operation for visitors in temporary management assignments.
Recently, in coordination with In Her Presence, she managed an outreach initiative at the Children’s Museum and Theatre of Maine to encourage museum attendance by immigrant families with children. She also held positions at Abbott Laboratories, Maine Medical Center, and Hannaford.
Angelique holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality, Culinary Arts, and Catering from the Higher Pedagogical Institute in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
She is an outdoor person and loves nature!
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A native Mainer, Alison has extensive experience working with non-profits. She has held positions in HR and Training departments, as Volunteer Coordinator and Supervisor of seasonal staff, as well as various program and administrative positions at organizations such as Goodwill Industries of Northern New England, the Appalachian Mountain Club and Friends of Baxter State Park. She joined The Portland Trails team in 2019.
With a BA in Communications and a Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, Alison began her lifelong love for volunteering and environmental conservation straight out of college through an AmeriCorps program with the Northwest Service Academy in Portland, OR, called EnviroCorps. More recently she did another AmeriCorps stint with the Maine Conservation Corps as an Environmental Educator on Mackworth Island. She’s also volunteered with the Maine chapter of Leave No Trace’s Steering Committee and participates as a citizen scientist in a Mountain Birdwatch with the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, collecting information about Bicknell’s Thrush. In her free time she hikes local and regional trails, kayaks nearby waters, enjoys cross-country skiing, sings with Renaissance Voices, knits, and helps her husband plan their next big climbing adventure abroad. Alison and her husband live in Portland with their cat, Nilla.
Portland Trails Board of Trustees
Kate O'Brien, President
Paul Botticello, Vice President
Yvonne Mummé, Treasurer
Rhonda Forrester, Secretary
Tom Jewell, Co-Founder
J. Peter Monro
Eliza Cope Nolan
Nathan Smith, Co-Founder
Richard Spencer, Co-Founder