Volunteer Lisa Lenon is helping us reach new audiences to grow our NSRWA community. Lenon, our 2017 Volunteer of the Year, originally worked in our office cleaning up our database and sending out new member packets. She has now set her sights on helping us reach new audiences in our South Shore communities.

We spoke to Lisa about her goals for the Ambassador program: “By exhibiting at events and gatherings, we’ll be doing outreach work to make sure that more people know what the NSRWA is doing to protect our waters, and to increase awareness of all of our outdoor activities and educational programs.”

In addition to having a presence at community events, the Ambassadors will be available to speak to community groups of all kinds – from town sponsored forums, committees, to senior centers, garden clubs, civic organizations, you name it! “We can do a PowerPoint presentation, or even just a brief introduction to the NSRWA,” says Lisa.

Get involved in Ambassadors

  • Like meeting people? You can staff an NSRWA table at a local event
  • Comfortable with public speaking? Do a presentation to a community organization
  • Enjoy organizing and planning? Volunteer to work behind the scenes

Even if you can’t participate right now, you can help by letting us know about a group that needs speakers or event that is looking for exhibitors.

For more info or to volunteer, contact Lisa at admin@nsrwa.org or call our office at 781-659-8168.