NEIWPCC Headquarters (Lowell, Mass.)

Amy Magin
Director of Communications
As director of communications, Amy provides leadership to NEIWPCC’s communications mission and strategy. She manages the creation and production of print and electronic publications, newsletters, fact sheets, and other materials, and supervises the dissemination of environmental educational materials. She guides the maintenance and design of the NEIWPCC website and online media, and oversees the communications support of NEIWPCC’s programmatic divisions’ marketing and outreach initiatives. Amy holds a M.S. in Mass Communication from Boston University, and a B.A. in English with a Minor in Public Relations from State University of New York at Geneseo. [full bio]

Cheyenne Ellis
Information Officer
Cheyenne provides technical writing and editorial support for NEIWPCC’s communications initiatives. She researches, writes, and edits content for various communications channels, creates and compiles materials for publication, and supports NEIWPCC’s website and social media efforts. She also assists with NEIWPCC’s outreach initiatives, and provides branding support to our internal and external partners. Cheyenne joined NEIWPCC in September of 2022 and holds a master’s in Sustainability Science from the University of Massachusetts, and a B.A. in environmental studies from Mount Holyoke College.

Beth MacBlane
Information Officer
Beth provides technical writing and editorial support for NEIWPCC’s print and digital communications as well as outreach activities. She is the managing editor for NEIWPCC’s e-newsletter and social media accounts, and contributes content for the magazine and website. As the communications partner to the Water Resource Protection and Water Quality divisions, Beth writes content for the website, annual report, and other publications. Beth holds a M.S. in environmental studies with a concentration in environmental education from Antioch University New England, and a B.A. in environmental studies and anthropology from Tufts University.

Brian Yurasits
Information Officer
Brian creates print and digital content to showcase NEIWPCC’s programs and environmental efforts. He assists with strategic social media planning and development, researches and writes news and feature stories, and assists with editorial support and branding guidance on projects within our organization. He creates and prepares photo and video content and assists with website management. Brian joined NEIWPCC in May of 2022 and holds a master’s in marine conservation and policy from the Stoney Brook University.