September 18, 2020

High Hopes Announces New Member to Board of Trustees

Nancy Bulkeley

OLD LYME — Nancy Bulkeley, Senior Community Affairs Representative for Dominion Nuclear Connecticut, has joined the board of trustees for High Hopes Therapeutic Riding in Old Lyme.

“High Hopes is thrilled to have Nancy joining our Board.  Her familiarity with not only the mission and services of High Hopes but the surrounding community will be a tremendous asset,” says Kitty Stalsburg, Executive Director at High Hopes.

Stalsburg continues, “Nancy’s commitment to helping both organizations and individuals is visible in her long history within southeastern CT.  She is a champion for many causes that will enhance our well-being.  We are excited to work with her to build additional collaborations and strategic alliances within the area to ultimately improve not only access to services but also to maximize the impact of those services.”

Bulkeley has been in the Nuclear Industry for 24 years, in the areas of human resources, communications and public affairs.  In her current position, she is responsible for representing her company and its policies and programs in the community.

Bulkeley is the primary interface to local governmental and community groups not only in nuclear related discussions but as a key interface for the local charities that are part of Dominion’s focus as a responsible member of the community.  She supports education programs through tours, community outreach, special events, and establishes and promotes minority outreach programs.

Having served on committees and boards for several non-profit organizations in her community, Bulkeley currently serves as Southeastern CT Cultural Coalition Board Chair and is on the CorePlus Credit Union Board of Directors.

“I am truly looking forward to working with the dedicated board members and staff who are making a difference is so many lives,” says Bulkeley.


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