With Door County Land Trust Executive Director Tom Clay leaving his role on Friday, the organization is already looking for his replacement. National search firm Kittleman & Associates is assisting the Door County Land Trust with the efforts. Door County Land Trust Board of Directors President Donna Hake saluted Clay when he announced his resignation in January.
Hake said then that they would be patient to find the right person for the job. Clay came to the Door County Land Trust in 2016 after ten years as the executive director of the Illinois Audubon Society. His conservation achievements cover over 1,100 acres of land ranging from Washington Island to the Door County Land Trust’s first-ever acquisition at Stony Creek in Southern Door. Clay and his wife will return to Illinois after he departs, where he hopes to continue his career in conservation, but just a little closer to his children. You can find more information on the position by clicking this link.
Picture courtesy of Door County Land Trust