Introducing GGWC’s New Watershed Coordinator

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Welcome Nicole!

We are thrilled to introduce our new Watershed Coordinator, Nicole Divine. Nicole joins the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council to coordinate on-the-ground stream restoration projects, organize watershed education events, collaborate with local partners, and advance the Council’s mission to enhance the water resources of the Gallatin Valley.

Raised on the confluence of the Grand and the Flat Rivers, Nicole spent many summers exploring Marquette Island in the Les Cheneaux region of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This lead to an instinctive gravitation toward a career in natural resource management. Prior to joining GGWC, Nicole served as the Executive Director of the Yellowstone River Conservation District Council, leading conservation districts in their effort to guide the wise use and conservation of the Yellowstone River’s natural resources.

Nicole’s successful record of strategically growing and advancing organizational missions, goals and objectives is punctuated by her strong financial acumen and adherence to fiscal responsibilities. Fully committed to the organization, the team and the cause, Nicole is an engaging organizational spokesperson, a sincere advocate with an innate aptitude for bridging cultures, motivating staff and influencing stakeholders. She is respected for compelling negotiations, strategic recommendations to boards, and her excellent communication skills.

Nicole’s passions outside of work include fly fishing and backpacking in the mountains.  She earned a B.Sc. degree from Montana State University.

Contact Nicole at nicole@greatergallatin.org or 405-551-0804

 

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