Acting Executive Director
Development and Outreach Manager
Nicole joined DLLT in July of 2022. She has a B.A.S. degree in Business Administration and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Montana. Previously, Nicole directed a Department of Education grant program. When not in the office, she enjoys exploring, swimming, yardwork, and trying new recipes. She lives in Princeton with her husband and two daughters. Nicole chairs the Development Committee.
Danielle joined DLLT in June 2022. She is not a new face in town as she was the manager of the Grand Lake Stream Post Office before it’s closure in 2012. Since that time she has worked as a teller at a bank, and also as an Operations Assistant Manager at a real estate company in Bangor. She and her husband, along with their chocolate lab and 2 cats reside on Musquash Lake in Topsfield.
Natural Resources Manager
Susan joined DLLT in July 2021. She has a Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology from Unity College, and a Master of Science degree in wildlife science from New Mexico State University. She is a Registered Maine guide and also manages a sporting lodge in Grand Lake Stream. She has many outdoor hobbies, but a few of them include hunting, fishing, hiking, and shed hunting. Susan chairs the Recreation Committee.
Education and Volunteer Coordinator
Sarah joined DLLT in August of 2021. Her passion for outdoor recreation, wildlife conservation, and connecting people to nature led her to accomplish a degree in Wildlife & Conservation Biology from the University of New Hampshire. She enjoyed traveling the country and working many seasonal wildlife technician jobs before settling down in Princeton and coming to work at DLLT. You may run into her birdwatching on local hiking trails, paddling her kayak on Big Lake, or practicing nature photography around town. Sarah chairs the Education Committee.
Thomas is a graduate of the University of Maine at Machias with a degree in Environmental Studies and a concentration in GIS. Before joining DLLT, he worked for Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife as well as the USDA Wildlife Services on various wildlife conservation projects. Thomas is a registered Maine Guide. In his spare time, he can be found in the woods working with his hounds and bird dogs.