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Communications and Outreach Staff

NEIWPCC Headquarters (Lowell, Mass.)


Amy Magin
Director of Communications
978-349-2508
amagin@neiwpcc.org
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]

Kale Connerty
Information Officer
978-349-2049
kconnerty@neiwpcc.org
Kale joined NEIWPCC as a full time employee in November 2018 and serves in three divisions. In Communications, she writes content for NEIWPCC’s annual report, writes and edits articles for NEIWPCC’s magazine and e-newsletter and contributes content to the NEIWPCC website and social media sites. In the Wastewater division, Kale coordinates specialty training courses, webinars, and conferences and assists with the marketing and distribution of our semi-annual training catalog. In the Water Quality division, Kale assists staff with place based divisional work, including meeting and conference support, communication tasks, and short-term research projects. Kale originally joined NEIWPCC in June 2018 as the Youth in the Environment Coordinator in the Wastewater division. Kale holds a bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Climate Change and Sustainability from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. [full bio]

Michelle St. John
 Information Officer
978-349-2050
mstjohn@neiwpcc.org
Michelle joined NEIWPCC in December 2016 as an Information Officer. She participates in all aspects of NEIWPCC’s communications program and is a regular contributor to NEIWPCC’s magazine, Interstate Waters. She serves as the communications partner to the Wastewater and Onsite Systems division, writing content for the website, annual report, and state summaries. She is the managing editor for NEIWPCC’s monthly e-newsletter and website manager. Michelle holds a B.A. in Communications from Goucher College and a graduate certificate in Publishing from Emerson College.