November 4, 2022 Walt Lender Joins Lake George Land Conservancy Board of Directors
Pictured, left to right: LGLC Board President Jeff Brozyna, Walt Lender, and LGLC Executive Director Mike Horn
Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) announced today that Walt Lender has been elected to the LGLC Board of Directors.
Lender brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the environmental issues facing Lake George, having served the Lake George Association as its Executive Director from 2005 to 2021.
LGLC Board President Jeff Brozyna said, “It is an honor to welcome Walt Lender to the Board of the Lake George Land Conservancy. Walt has truly been one of the leaders in the effort to preserve the waters of Lake George over the past decades. He is trusted and respected in the communities all around the lake.”
LGLC Executive Director Mike Horn said, “Walt’s knowledge of the lake, its watershed, its ecosystems and people will be a great advantage to us as we continue to protect the lake by preserving the land around it.”
Lender said, “I am honored to be asked to continue my service to Lake George by joining the board of an organization that I have always held in the highest regard. The Lake George Land Conservancy has been a trusted partner in watershed protection and a highly effective steward of the lands surrounding the lake.”
Earlier in his career, Lender worked at Fort Ticonderoga as Director of Development and Government and Corporate Relations Officer, and as Executive Director at PRIDE of Ticonderoga. He earned a MS degree in Administration and Management from St. Michael’s College, and volunteers on several boards and advisory committees throughout the Lake George region. He and his family reside in Ticonderoga, NY.