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ASA Welcomes First-Ever Director of Operations
December 09, 2022
ASA Welcomes First-Ever Director of Operations

THIS SUMMER, ASA was pleased to welcome Reuben Todd to the organization as the Director of Operations. With over 20 years of experience working in the world of non-profits, he’s more than familiar with the systems and operations essential to keep an organization running smoothly and efficiently.

Speaking of his few months on board, Reuben says, “I’m eager to bring my experience to ASA’s leadership team and run the daily operations of the office while providing strategic financial and organizational support.”

Executive Director Renee Bouplon notes, “With me transitioning to the Executive Director role last year, I knew I didn’t need someone with my expertise in land conservation to fill my previous role. What I needed was someone to help the organization function efficiently.
Reuben was the perfect candidate to assist with strengthening internal systems and adding capacity to the organization. We are all so excited to have him join our team.”

Originally from Ontario, Canada, Reuben and his wife and three children have called Washington County home since 2017. They all share a deep appreciation for the agrarian-nature of the community. “Viable land is so important to the local community here and, really, to communities around the world. I see protecting that land as an important and admirable mission and I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity to lend my talents
and energy to an organization committed to that aim. I’m equally grateful to my co-workers who have been so welcoming and patient as I learn the ropes.”

"Reuben was the perfect
candidate to assist
with strengthening
internal systems.”
—Renee J. Bouplon

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