Sophie is a filmmaker, social justice activist, and philanthropist. Sophie was the Executive Producer and Director of Outreach for the Age of Consequences, an Emmy-nominated documentary about how climate change impacts national security. She organized and coordinated with The Better Future Project and 350 Massachusetts for two years – spearheading one of the leading statewide climate networks in the country. Sophie has Psychology and Environmental Science degrees from Williams College, and a masters degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard. Her focuses in philanthropy are in racial justice, climate justice, and indigenous reparations.
At the Robinwood Center, Sophie oversees all center programs, activities, staff, & fundraising.
K. Kyle is the Farm Director at the Saltonstall Farm. Kyle is an Army veteran who practiced as an Advanced Tactical Paramedic in Afghanistan. Before the Army, he enjoyed many careers such as a pedicab driver, mechanic and chef. A bike lover and fix it man, from injured people to broken trucks- he's the guy for the job! K. Kyle is currently studying Sustainable Agriculture at UNH.
Catherine grew up in New Hampshire and is passionate about cultivating community, finding joy in nature, and enhancing equitable access to the products of local agriculture. She is currently a student at UNH studying Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems and hopes to pursue a masters project on biopesticide efficacy to improve management tools for organic growers.
Jennifer Kinsey, considers herself an environmentalist and a person who has worked with and on behalf of less advantaged individuals and groups, throughout her professional and personal life. She holds a M.Sc. in Public Health and is a practicing licensed clinical social worker. Land and growing food close to home are priorities. And she is fortunate to live close to the Robinwood Center. She is honored to serve on the board.
65 years old/young
Caretaker for Emery Farm
Married to Catherine McLaughlin-Hills
5 kids (young adults)
Involved in multiple aspects with Impact Investing from 1983-present.
Founding Partner Veris Wealth Partners
Explorer of spiritual and emotional well being
Forrest Barker grew up on her family farm in Stratham NH. While attending the Mountain School, a high school semester program in Vermont-she realized she wanted to take over the family farm. She majored in Agricultural sciences at Cornell and is currently enjoying the seasons of the farm.
Braeden Lentz is the Director of Development at the Working Families Party.
Richard Benefield is executive director of the George Rickey Foundation and a consultant to museums, foundations, and artists with projects currently underway in the U.S. and Europe. He is former executive director of The David Hockney Foundation and also served as deputy director and acting director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco where he organized "David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition" and authored its accompanying catalogue. He is the Founding Executive Director of The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, and served as deputy director of the Harvard University Art Museums; assistant director of the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design; and administrator of the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University. He has also organized exhibitions on the work of Richard Neutra, Renzo Piano, many postwar American artists, as well as the 2016 retrospective of the work of fashion designer Oscar de la Renta.
As a next door neighbor to the Robinwood Center at the Saltonstall Farm, he will be able to join us frequently!
Hyland, Jeffrey & Jensen, Donna
Meiser Mendis, Joy & Ken
Parker Feld, Karen