Saratogian Patty HasBrouck Joins LGLC Board

Bolton Landing, NY — The LGLC welcomes the addition of Saratoga Springs and Bolton resident Patty HasBrouck to its Board of Directors.PattyHasbrouck_photo

As a long-time supporter of the LGLC, Patty’s involvement grew last year when she helped to organize a successful gathering at the Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga to promote the LGLC and its work at the Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob. In joining the board, she hopes to contribute in a meaningful way to ensure the sanctity of Lake George.

Self-described as an “analytical problem-solver,” Patty has a strong business background including skills that will be valuable and welcome additions to the pool of talent on the LGLC Board. She is an independent healthcare consultant supporting healthcare providers and advocacy organizations through her firm Madison Healthcare Advisors. Additionally, she is the co-founder of Incentivate Health, a technology venture that offers healthcare organizations text messaging entwined with a patient incentive program. She volunteers for several local and regional organizations, including as a Board Member of the Saratoga Rowing Association. She has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.

She spends as much time as she can on Lake George with her two children (now young adults) who have grown up with a love of nature, the outdoors, and a tight community of people who appreciate the lake’s magic.

“Drew and Zoe would not be the people they are today,” said HasBrouck, “without the access to and time around Lake George and all of its natural wonders. We are so fortunate to have this public resource in our backyard. I hope that by taking a role in the stewardship of the lake, I will set an example for my kids.”