Colleen Nunn

Member, Advisory Council at St. Simons Land Trust

Colleen Nunn

Colleen Nunn

Member, Advisory Council at St. Simons Land Trust

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Former Senator from Georgia

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Director at Canadian National Railways

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President at St. Simons Land Trust

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Former Director at St. Simons Land Trust

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President & Chief Executive Officer at CARE USA

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Interim Executive Director at St. Simons Land Trust

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Administrative Coordinator at St. Simons Land Trust

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Finance Director at St. Simons Land Trust

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Development & Communications Director at St. Simons Land Trust

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Executive Director at Brunswick-golden Isles Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

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Colleen Nunn
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President & Chief Executive Officer at CARE USA

CARE tackles underlying causes of poverty so that people can become self-sufficient. Recognizing that women and children suffer disproportionately from poverty, CARE places special emphasis on working with women to create permanent social change. Women are at the heart of CARE's community-based efforts to improve basic education, increase access to quality health care and expand economic opportunity for all. CARE also delivers emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters, and helps people rebuild their lives in the aftermath.

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The St. Simons Land Trust has become a community institution entrusted with an extraordinary responsibility: to protect our scenic and historic treasures and to preserve the beauty and charm of our island for generations to come. Since those early days, the Land Trust has preserved more than 1,000 acres (and another 200 acres in a nearby county). We also hold over 300 acres in conservation easements. The first parcel of land protected was the Gilbert property on Frederica Road, now the site of the popular John Gilbert Nature Trail which was opened to the public in 2006. The SSLT works with willing property owners to preserve their land using tools that include: conservation easements, donations of land and outright purchases of land through tax advantaged "bargain sales." We are guided in our work by our most recent strategic plan for land conservation on the island that has established target areas for our work and priorities for transactions.

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