Otisville, NY, March 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- American Society for the Protection of Nature INC “ASPN”, a 501 (C) Corporation is pleased to introduce its management team following the recent consolidation of the resources of the Adirondack Wilderness Foundation, Adirondack Wilderness Adventures Inc. and the American Wilderness Foundation. The ASPN’s new management team is pleased to introduce themselves.
James Philip Hewitt, Chief Executive Officer and Founder – James has worked in a variety of fields ranging from Restaurant Owner, Licensed Seaman, Educator, Journalist, and, is currently a Registered Nurse. Academically James has earned a variety of degrees, which are listed in chronological order: AA in Mass Media, BA in Communication Arts, AS in Nursing, MS in Health Care Administration, and is working on a PhD in Business Administration. He lives with his wife, Virginia, their two sons, John and Seamus, and 4 dogs in Orange County New York.
William Rutz, President – William grew up in Pennsylvania where he grew his love of the outdoors. William graduated from SUNY Brockport. William works as a Nurse at Elizabethown Community Hospital and in their Health Centers. William and his two sons, Daniel and Judah live in the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. William is an avid outdoorsman and Devout Christian.
Virginia Hewitt, Chief Operating Officer – Virginia was raised in a military family and was located up and down the Eastern part of the USA. Virginia graduated from Bryan College with a degree in Personal Training and holds dual certifications in her field of study. Virginia has spent many years volunteering as a Marathon Coach for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Societies Team in Training to help fight cancer.
Evelyn Ano, Director – Evelyn grew up in Au Sable Forks in upstate New York. Evelyn attended and graduated from Paul Smith's College in 2014 after studying Fisheries and Wildlife. Evelyn works in the Emergency Room at Elizabethown Community Hospital. Evelyn is an avid outdoorswoman.
The ASPN anticipates launching a wilderness and environmental education center within in the next year. The first center is planned to be located in the Adirondacks in upstate New York. Other prospective sites are mentioned on their website, at www.americansocietyfortheprotectionofnature.com. Specific details regarding the education centers will be made available in subsequent press releases.
American Society for the Protection of Nature INC