Clint is a full-time Orleans resident that moved here with his wife (Karen) and son (Oliver) who is a high school sophomore at Nauset. The family moved to Orleans in 2020 but have been visiting here for 20+ years and know how special all of the waterways are to the area and the future of the community.
Clint works full time for Oracle heading up their digital marketing strategy and analytics consulting team. He has 20+ years of digital marketing experience acquiring and building customers for Fortune 100 brands. He holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota.
His full background of experience can be found on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clintkaiser/ He’s most recently volunteered to lead the OPC’s social media efforts with Justin Alex – social media is a key channel to connect to the overall community but especially young generations. Clint believes he can also leverage his high school son’s interests in the environment and connections at the high school to expand interest in the OPC with young adults.
Ginny has been a full time Pleasant Bay area resident since 2000, living first in Harwich, then Brewster, and settling in Orleans in 2016. She had summered on the Cape since 1978, moving here full time when she retired as a high school mathematics teacher in Newtown, CT.
Ginny immediately immersed herself in land preservation with the Harwich Conservation Trust, moved on to the Brewster Historical Society, working to buy and restore the Elijah Cobb House. From there she became a member of the Brewster Conservation Commission. Upon moving to Orleans, she joined the Orleans Conservation Commission where she now serves as Chair. Ginny is currently a board member for Orleans CAN and serves on the Waste Water Advisory Panel. She was Founding Trustee of Sipson Island Trust, is an Estuary Water Sampler, and has served as a host for OPC Celebrate our Waters events. In addition she served as Chair of the Portanimicut Task Force and as Clerk for the Dredge Advisory Committee.
In her leisure time, Ginny practices yoga, plays bridge, and crews on a catboat out of Arey’s Pond. Ginny is looking forward to serving on the OPC Board, bringing her land management experience, knowledge of the Pleasant Bay watershed, and her commitment to protecting our local waters, through education and implementation of best conservation practices.
Since 2013, my wife Paula and I have owned a home in South Orleans overlooking Little Pleasant Bay. Its location is a constant reminder to me of both the promise and the challenges we face preserving and improving our waters.
I recently retired from a part time role as the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Parenteral Science and Technology a well know biopharmaceutical science and technology peer reviewed journal. Prior to that for 13 years I was the Senior VP of Science and Regulatory Affairs for the Parenteral Drug Association, a 10,000-member international association located in Bethesda MD.
I also worked as a Corporate Vice President of the GxP compliance practice of Parexel for several years after working for Millipore Corporation for 16 years in a variety of senior management positions. For the majority of those years, I was involved in filtration science and technology, including analytical microbiology using membrane filter recovery, as well as water and biopharmaceutical drug purification processes.
My academic training is in environmental health science, receiving an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. I received M.A. and B.A. degrees in biology from Clark University and Colby College, respectively. As part of those advanced degree programs, I studied and researched drinking water quality and treatment, and marine and estuarine ecology.
Since 2020, I have been actively involved in local water quality activities as part of my duties on the Orleans Marine and Fresh Water Quality Committee. I am a recent member of OPC. Not for profit organizations like OPC offer opportunities for individuals to have a positive impact on their community through organized outreach activities. When combined with my efforts on the MFWQC, I believe I can contribute to increasing citizen awareness of and make scientific and technical contributions to local efforts to improve water quality in Orleans and the surrounding areas.