Philip M. Lintilhac
Phil lived in China and New York before moving to Vermont in 1958. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1963 and earned a Ph.D. in 1971 from the University of California. He has served on the UVM faculty for over 30 years, specializing in plant development and the cellular architecture of plants. In 2006 the Botanical Society of America awarded Phil its Centennial Award, recognizing excellence in plant science research.
Crea S. Lintilhac
Crea graduated from Skidmore College in 1975 and earned a Master’s Degree in teaching in Geology from the University of Vermont in 1977. She pursued post-graduate studies and research at the Marine Science Institute in Connecticut, the Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island, and the Geophysics Department at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Crea received an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Middlebury College in 1998, and an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the University of Vermont in 2014. She is a member of the Lake Champlain Sea Grant Advisory Board, and an officer and trustee of several nonprofit environmental advocacy organizations in Vermont.
Louise S. Lintilhac
Louise graduated from Middlebury College in 2007 with a degree in Environmental Science; she also earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Thought and Culture at the Rubenstein School of the University of Vermont. Dedicated to a life spent both enjoying and preserving active opportunities outside, Louise is the former managing editor of Backcountry Magazine and a former member of the Boards of Directors of Vermont Parks Forever and the Vermont Mountain Bike Association. Currently a brand manager for the Vermont firm Press Forward PR, she lives with her husband Dana Allen in Waterbury, Vermont, where she is co-owner of Waterbury Functional Fitness. Adventure is in her blood, and she works to support healthy, active, outdoor lifestyles and environments that make adventure possible.
William S. Lintilhac
Will graduated from the University of Vermont in 2010, where he focused on community development, ecological design and food systems. He has worked on diversified organic farms in Vermont and Massachusetts, and he serves on the Board of Directors of the Vermont Natural Resources Council. Will was previously a field technician at the University’s maple research station, the Proctor Maple Research Facility in Underhill, Vermont, and he helped manage crop production and programs for disadvantaged youth with the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. He and his wife, Rosy, live in Waterbury Center, where Will works at Bicycle Express, a local mountain biking hub. He enjoys mountain biking from the spring through the fall, and skiing from fall to spring.
Paul S. Lintilhac
Paul graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Math and Physics, earned a Master’s Degree in Financial Mathematics at NYU’s Courant School, and is currently working toward a Ph.D. at Dartmouth College’s Thayer School of Engineering. He is also Chief Technology Officer at Dermocratize, a clean-skincare digital health startup. A dedicated environmentalist who believes that science is one of the most important tools for addressing the world’s problems, Paul also has deep roots in the world of skiing. He loves to travel, and spent an undergraduate semester at the University of Havana in Cuba. He currently lives in Allston, MA.
Nancy graduated from Colby-Sawyer College in 1975 and moved to Vermont in 1978. In 2005 she was ordained a minister after attending seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. She has worked as the Foundation’s administrator for over 30 years.