LGLC Welcomes Jennifer Waterhouse Cooper to Board

The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to welcome Jennifer Waterhouse Cooper as the newest member of its Board of Directors.

Cooper has a bachelor’s degree from Pace University and comes to LGLC with a strong financial background. She worked for her father, Lawrence Waterhouse, Jr., full time from 1988-2001 as a broker, manager, and lastly, executive marketing manager at the family business, Waterhouse Investor Services (later sold to TD Bank and then became known as TD Waterhouse, a subsidiary of TD Bank, and now currently known as TD Ameritrade; the company is still known as TD Waterhouse in Canada).

Her connection to Lake George runs deep; Cooper has spent every summer of her life on Lake George, and continues to summer at the lake at her family’s home in Bolton Landing.

“My family has a deep love and respect for Lake George,” said Cooper. “I am honored to be asked to become a board member for The Lake George Land Conservancy and I hope I can bring value to this endeavor.”

Cooper’s grandparents bought a home in the Rainbow Beach Association on Basin Bay in the 1950’s. In 1993, her father bought a home on Northwest Bay, where she enjoyed summers with her four siblings until 1999, when her father purchased their current family home in Bolton Landing.

“We spend a great amount of time on Lake George and it is a treasured place in our family,” said Cooper. “My children enjoy the lake and it is with great hope that the love of Lake George is being passed down to my children and their cousins.”

Cooper lives in Pleasantville, NY, with her husband, Perry, and two children.