Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust Announces David Miller as Executive Director

Rangeley, ME - Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is pleased to announce David Miller of Portland as new Executive Director. He has served in the public and private sectors at various program, fundraising and leadership levels and brings a wealth of experience and perspective to our organization.  David will be filling the open position left after previous Executive Director Chris Devine retired. The Trust would like to thank Chris for five years of passion and dedication to our mission. 

David’s resume includes over 30 years of administration, management support, and facilitation in the non-profit sector. He obtained his M.A. at the Fielding Institute in Organizational Design and Effectiveness. Since, David has served as an affiliate faculty at Regis University’s Master’s for Non-Profit Management and has served as a board member with several non-profit organizations.  He is the co-founder of Educo International Alliance, an alliance of NGO’s focused on wilderness-based youth development.  Prior to this appointment David was self-employed as an Organizational Consultant and Executive Coach, co-designing and facilitating the development of conservation organizations. 

As Executive Director, David will be responsible for working with the Board to develop and implement a long-term strategic plan.  In addition David will oversee day-to-day operations, development, financial management and most importantly engaging with our membership.

David and his wife Linda Aldrich will be managing time between their home in Portland and Rangeley for the near future.  Linda is an adjunct professor at Southern Maine Community College and an accomplished poet.  David has two grown children. Jennifer is in her first year of residency with a focus on Internal Medicine in Boise, ID and his son, Aubrey is teaching at the University of Otago in New Zealand.  Please join us in welcoming David and his family to our community. 

Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is a 501(c)3 non-profit land conservation organization focused in the Upper Androscoggin Watershed. RLHT maintains traditional public access and uses of its land for recreation, education, and scientific study.  We also offer a summer youth program, maintain a water quality program, and offer remote and traditional camping through our  social enterprise, Cupsuptic Lake Park & Campground.  To learn more about RLHT or how to get involved, visit www.rlht.org.