Jocelyn grew up in and out of Hanover, but discovered her love for open space and public access to trails and waterways after college during time in Colorado and DC area. She and husband Dave returned to the South Shore in 2002. They have loved raising their two teenage sons in their rambling antique that backs up to both Hanover Greenway trails and the Indian Head River. They can be found on local trails, ponds and rivers year round, and love introducing friends and family to the the variety of walking, hiking and paddling options here in our backyards. Jocelyn has been an NSRWA devotee since attending her first Greenscapes class back in the early 2000s and looks forward to supporting the community as a new member of the board.
A Hanover High graduate with BA in American History and Government from Smith College, Jocelyn has worked in the intersection of business strategy and technology for over 30 years. She currently is a partner of an IT strategy consultancy focused on improving interoperability in US healthcare. She is active in local government, reading all the things and entertaining at home.