Your BRLT Staff
From left to right: V. Skye Wood, Development Director; Tracey Hall, Environmental Educator; Nick Ullo, Executive Director; Christine Selman, Office and Marketing Coordinator; Michael Warren, Lands Manager.
Executive Director: Nick Ullo. A 2002 graduate of East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Environmental Science, Nick’s first job with BRLT was as a summer caretaker on Damariscove Island from 2002-2008. In 2008 he transitioned to a full-time position as the Lands and Stewardship Coordinator until 2010 when he took on the role of Executive Director.
Development Director: V. Skye Wood. A 2009 graduate of the College of the Atlantic and University of Southern Maine with a degree in Environmental Planning and Policy, Skye started her tenure at BRLT as the Office Manager in 2010 and changed to her current role in 2014.
Environmental Educator: Tracey Hall. Tracey attended East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 2000 with a degree in Environmental Studies, Recreation, Education, and Creative Writing. She and Nick were caretakers of Damariscove Island from 2002-2008. She has extensive experience as a naturalist and environment educator with Pennsylvania State Parks, the YMCA, Whiskeytown Environmental School, the Camp Arroyo Outdoor School, and Mt. Shasta Ski Park. Tracey runs the BRLT Osprey Program with Boothbay Region schools, conducts Shinrin Yoku walks, and is the program lead for the BRLT Water Sampling program.
Lands Manager: Michael Warren. Michael started as the BRLT Lands Manager in 2013 having worked for 27 years as the owner of a set of sporting camps, a registered Maine guide, a ski patrol director at Saddleback Maine, president and head groomer for the Rangeley Lakes Cross Country Ski Club, and a member of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust Advisory Committee.
Office and Marketing Coordinator: Christine Selman. Christine received her B.A. from University of Rochester and her M.A. in English from University of Oregon. Prior to joining BRLT in 2017, Christine worked in international education, non-profit advancement and communications, and as a teacher of English for both secondary and college students.