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Protecting, conserving, and restoring the natural resources of the Chester, Ridley, and Crum Creek Watersheds.

Charlotte Barton,
Office Administrator email

​Trisha Dougherty Lambert,
Development and Events Coordinator email

Lynn Meza,
Volunteer Coordinator email

David Hilbert,
Tree Planting Coordinator email

Meghan Lockman, Program Manager email

Board of Directors

Tracy Bouvette,
  • Consultant on sustainable practices for businesses, utilities, and communities
  • MBA, University of Denver
  • Masters in Environmental Science and Engineering, Bachelor's in Civil Engineering, Rice University

Beth Murray, Vice President
  • MBA from Harvard Business School
  • Lecturer at The Wharton School
  • Member of the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District Sustainability Committee, founding member of Afewsteps Foundation, member of the Swarthmore Environmental Advisory Council and an advisor to A Better Chance

Julia Davidson, CPA, Chartered Accountant, Treasurer
  • Masters of Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax
  • BA, University of Halifax · Chief Financial Officer, Apple Vacations

Walt Cressler, PhD, Secretary
  • Science Librarian, West Chester University
  • PhD in Geology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Masters degrees from Widener and Drexel, Bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College

John Custer Jr., Esq.
  • Co-Founder, Board Member and former Chairman of the Newtown Township EAC
  • Former Newtown Township Supervisor and Chairman.
  • Founder and first President of Save Open Space
  • Environmental Volunteer
  • Natural Lands Trust, Force of Nature program
  • Conserve Wildlife of New Jersey
  • ReTURN the Favor (NJ)
  • NJ Audubon
  • Cumberland County Coastal Connection

David Haury
  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Risk Management Specialist, Partner, Anchor QEA, LLC

George Hundt, Jr.
  • GH Environmental
  • AB from Georgetown, MBA from New York University, Master of Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania
  • Peer-review published in environmental planning

Jim Kisela
  • Retired human resources executive
  • Former CEO of WorkLife Productions, Inc., and Vice President of Human Resources for several firms, including QVC and Vanguard
  • MBA, University of Chicago

Ted Leisenring
  • BS in Economics from Union College and an MBA from The Wharton School
  • Over 30 years experience in sales and marketing in the energy, telecommunication and insurance industries
  • Professional affiliations: Willistown Township Open Space Review Board, Director of Haverford Trust Co.

Catherine Potter
  • Training from the Barnes Arboretum School; professional gardener
  • 30 years in horticulture industry; owns landscape design and consulting business
  • Association with horticultural therapy program Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital

Gwenn Prinbeck
  • MS in Marine Resource Management, Oregon State University; BA in Biology and Environmental Studies, Lewis and Clark College
  • Has worked in education and landowner outreach on water resource issues in Maine, Oregon, Florida, and Alaska

Chris Townend
  • Temple University, BS Mechanical Engineering, Villanova University, MS Mechanical Engineering
  • Laboratory Manager for the Mechanical Engineering Department at Villanova University
  • Expertise in design and installation of complex instrumentation and data acquisition packages and their calibration
  • Worked on projects for Villanova's Urban Stormwater Partnership
Timeline of CRC Presidents

David Wood 1970-1976

Henry Bishop

James Sands

Carl DuPoldt

Judith Auten

Gary Snyder

Tom Brooks

​Tracy Bouvette

CRC - Water Resources of the Chester, Ridley, and Crum Creeks in Chester and Delaware Counties, PA
CRC's office is located in the historic farmhouse at Willistown Township's Okehocking Preserve
5316 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA 19073