IAT Reps Meet New ATC Directors

IAT Founder Dick Anderson and Maine Chapter President Don Hudson recently hosted a seafood dinner on the Portland, Maine waterfront for three key officials of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC): Mark Wenger, new ATC Executive Director/CEO; Amy McCormick, Assistant Development Director, and Bill Plouffe, ATC Board Vice-Chair.
(L - R) Dick Anderson, Mark Wenger, Don Hudson, and Bill Plouffe
The dinner was a great opportunity to hear about ATC’s new programs and IAT’s new developments (including the IAT Annual General Meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland, and IAT expansion across the North Atlantic and into Western Europe), as well as strengthen friendships and build on the long-term, close relationship with the folks at the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.
On behalf of the IAT, Don invited Mark to attend and participate in the 2013 International General Meeting in Inverness, Scotland.  Mark said he would like to attend, and would make a firm decision as soon as a specific date has been chosen.