The Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper Association voted unanimously to elect renowned nature photographer and videographer Michael Kinney as its new Board President and Williamsport-area business owner Katie Caputo was elected to the Board of Directors.
"Michael's dedication to our association's work is unmatched. He cherishes every moment spent in our aquatic ecosystem and loves sharing those moments with people through his photos and videos, hoping to inspire them to get involved and make a difference," said Riverkeeper John Zaktansky. "He dedicates countless hours to our association and leads by example, listens to others and is passionate about expanding our reach and impact across the 11,000-square-mile watershed we serve."
You can contact Kinney via email by clicking here.
Born and raised in a riverfront community along the West Branch of the Susquehanna, Caputo developed her love for the river as a little girl, spending summers enjoying all the benefits the river has to offer.
These early experiences led her to launch Roambler.com, a web-based marketplace platform designed to connect adventure seekers with local guides and mentors in Pennsylvania. Caputo believes that providing better access to positive experiences in the outdoors can lead people to love the places they live while building a foundation for environmental stewardship. She is passionate about working to protect the Susquehanna River so it can be enjoyed for generations to come, involved specifically in spreading information about a local Superfund site and sits on the board for the Robert Porter Allen Natural Center.
You can contact Caputo via email by clicking here. Zaktansky can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling or texting 570-768-6300.
Learn more about our current Board of Directors at www.middlesusquehannariverkeeper.org/board-of-directors.html
John Zaktansky is an award-winning journalist and avid promoter of the outdoors who loves camping, kayaking, fishing and hunting with the family.