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Kirsten Brewer

Kirsten Brewer

Kirsten Brewer, Katahdin Circle Donor Engagement Manager

Kirsten joined the philanthropy team of NRCM in the summer of 2020. She is responsible for all in-house logistics related to running NRCM’s Katahdin Circle. She has degrees from the University of Vermont (Natural Resources) and Pitzer College (Environmental Studies/Spanish). Her past experiences include working in nonprofits, state government, and education. She is a board member of the Maine Chapter of the Fulbright Association and volunteers with Augusta’s pedestrian and bike group, CAPITAL (Cyclists and Pedestrians Invigorating the Augusta Life). She and her partner, Zach, are caretakers for Emmie the dog and Amazon the cat.

Dog or Cat Person? Both!

My favorite way to enjoy Maine: Browsing my DeLorme to plan a trip to somewhere new-to-me in our great state!

Why I Do This Work

It’s an honor to work collaboratively with staff, members, and partners to conserve the natural resources of Maine. Environmental challenges are complex, but it is so rewarding to be a part of solutions that improve and protect the health and well-being of Maine’s people and Maine’s ecosystems.