Patricia Barter Isle au Haut, Maine
Patricia moved to the island after meeting and falling in love with a local lobsterman. Now married, she works varied jobs on the island and is a trained EMT.
Nick Filler (Vice President) Conway, Maine
Nick had been coming to Isle au Haut since 1975 and with his wife, Colleen, purchased a house on Birch Point in 2015 where they spend five months each year. Nick practiced law for 25 years and ran a manufacturing company for 10 years in western Massachusetts.
Jerry Kreigel Duxbury, Maine
Jerry and wife Penny hired Al Gordon to build their seasonal home on Isle au Haut’s rustic east side in 1978. Jerry, recently retired from ownership of his Massachusetts based commercial concrete business, brings particular expertise to the ICDC Microloan Program.
Bob Olney Freeport, Maine
Bob Olney grew up spending summers on Isle au Haut. He is an elementary school teacher at Waynflete School in Portland, Maine
Catherine Richards Olney (Chairperson) Freeport, Maine
Catherine spends part of the year on Kimball Island across from the Town Landing of Isle au Haut. She was integral in founding the Coastal Studies for Girls, the country’s only residential science and leadership semester school for 10th grade girls.
Dana Perry (Treasurer) New Canaan, Connecticut
Dana is a seasonal resident, CPA (inactive), MBA and is the CFO of BBDO NY, which is a division of Omnicom Group, a Fortune 500 company. Dana, a marathon runner, rock climber and sailor makes his home in New Canaan, Connecticut with wife Corliss and daughter Elizabeth.
Derrick Sibbald Isle au Haut, Maine
Derek grew up on the island and attended our one room school house. After living and fishing in Massachusetts, he has returned to lobster.
Robin Tannenbaum Portland, Maine
Robin is an architect in Portland whose husband and his family have strong ties to Isle au Haut. Robin donated her considerable talent to the design of one of our latest buildings – Village House. She and her husband, Peter Burke, have two sons; the whole family loves spending as much time as possible on the island.
Carl Wilson Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Carl spent his childhood summers at Head Harbor on Isle au Haut. He is the director of the Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Bureau of Marine Science. Now he and his wife, Anne, and children continue the family connection to our island.