Hanover Conservancy Elects Four to Board
Hanover — Karen Geiling, of Hanover, recently joined The Hanover Conservancy’s 13-member board of directors.
Board members Nancy Collier, Eric Evans and Tom Hall, also Hanover residents, were reappointed to second terms.
Geiling, a financial advisor and principal of KLG Financial Solutions, holds an MBA from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in biology.
She serves on the board of Tuko Pamoja, an LLC serving marginalized women in Kenya, and on the finance committee of Our Savior Lutheran Church.
She recently served on the Hanover Affordable Housing Commission and has volunteered with several other local organizations. She is also an avid outdoorswoman.
Collier, conservancy president since 2011, is the former chairwoman of Hanover’s planning board and conservation commission.
Evans is the former managing partner of a major law firm in Rochester, N.Y.
Hall is an investment adviser.
The Hanover Conservancy, founded in 1961, protects land and water in the community, offers outdoor trips for the public, advocates for conservation-oriented public policy and hosts public trails on its conserved land in Hanover.
— Staff report