Recent Interns

Recent Interns

Recent Clarence Petty Interns

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Dana Mancini

Dana Mancini is the 2016 Clarence Petty Intern working in the Council’s Albany office. She's pictured here with Chairman of the New York State Assembly Environmental Conservation Chair, Steve Engelbright.

Dana is a 2015 graduate of the SUNY School of Environmental Science and Forestry and a 2016 graduate of the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy where she received a Master of Public Administration. Dana drafts and distributes legislative bill memos, tracks legislation, attends legislative committee meetings, and assists Council staff. In her spare time, Dana likes to travel, spend time with her family and bake.

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Nicole LaBarge

Nicole LaBarge was a Clarence Petty Intern in the Council’s Elizabethtown office with a special focus on climate change and GIS. Nicole was a graduate of Hamilton College, where she received a degree in Environmental Studies with a focus on Geology. While at the Council, Nicole expanded its ability to collect field data and create GIS maps that can be shared with constituents, including the creation of a new Adirondack Wilderness map.  As a hiker, novice photographer and supporter of local agriculture, Nicole cannot imagine a more perfect place to live than in the Adirondacks

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Pine Roehrs

Pine Roehrs held a 20-week internship in the Council’s Elizabethtown office. Pine was a graduate student in the Environmental Studies program at the University of Illinois, Springfield where she concentrated on Sustainable Development and Policy. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Northeastern University where she majored in International Relations and minored in Philosophy. During her time at the Council, Pine analyzed the issues associated with private land use, development, classification and regulation in the Adirondack Park.

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Cory Loomis

Cory Loomis participated in an extended internship in the Council’s Albany office. Cory was a first year Master of Public Administration student at the University of Albany’s Rockefeller College, focusing on Nonprofit Management and Public Policy. He is a 2012 graduate of SUNY Fredonia, where he studied Political Science with a concentration in Law and Policy and minored in Philosophy. At the Council, Cory prepared memos on legislation, attended legislative committee meetings, tracked legislation, and compiled relevant Adirondack press articles.

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Greg Redling

Greg Redling graduated from Paul Smith’s College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Resources Management and Policy and a Minor in GIS. Greg worked in our Elizabethtown Conservation Program and assisted Rocci Aguirre, Conservation Director with drafting comment letters, attending public forums and tracking state agency decisions affecting Adirondack Forest Preserve Lands. He also used his background in GIS to help update critical datasets and enhance our GIS mapping capabilities.