LGLC Welcomes Giulia Casella as Fundraising and Events Manager

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to announce the addition of Giulia Casella as the organization’s Fundraising and Events Manager. Casella will be leading the LGLC’s events, which strengthen relationships and educate supporters about the importance of land protection work in maintaining Lake George’s water quality and preserving the character of the Lake George region. She will also assist with year-round fundraising efforts that enable us to protect the land that protects the Lake.

LGLC Executive Director Michael Horn said, “Giulia brings tremendous skills, diverse experience and a constructive approach to her work, making her a fantastic addition to the Lake George Land Conservancy team. We are thrilled that she chose to join us.”

Casella’s diverse background in hospitality and her adventurous spirit have led her around the world, but her heart always brings her back to the Lake George region. She graduated from SUNY Binghamton with degrees in Environmental Studies and Economics.

Casella said, “I have always dreamed of being able to do meaningful work close to home and I couldn’t think of a better way to do so than joining the Lake George Land Conservancy. It is an honor to be a part of such a passionate organization that has accomplished so much to protect the Lake George region.”

Ms. Casella lives in Queensbury where she enjoys spending time outdoors, gardening, hiking, yoga, and rock climbing.


About the Lake George Land Conservancy
The LGLC is an accredited, non-profit land trust based out of Bolton Landing, NY, dedicated to working with willing landowners and other partners to protect the world-renowned water quality of Lake George and to permanently preserve the natural, scenic, historic and recreational resources of the Lake George region. Since its inception, LGLC’s land protection program has worked directly and with partners to permanently protect 12,071 acres of Lake George wilderness and nearly 7 miles of shoreline, and owns and/or manages 35 parks and preserves that are open to the public year-round or by special request/restricted access with nearly 40 miles of trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and, at some preserves, hunting and snowmobiling. More information: www.lglc.org.