Tedor Whitman

Tedor Whitman became Executive Director of the Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary October, 2014. He has over 25 years of experience teaching and leading conservation programs across a wide range of U.S. ecosystems...

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Nicole Esposito

Growing up where there were more cows than people, Nicole Esposito has slowly been working her way from one part of New Jersey to another, stopping at Rutgers University to earn a dual degree in Environmental Studies and Economics.  Since her graduation in 2008, Nicole has been enjoying working with

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Jackie Hartley

A native New Jerseyan with a BS in Biology from Seton Hall, Jackie is a veteran of the pharmaceutical research industry.  After retiring, Jackie decided to look for volunteer opportunities that would satisfy her long standing desire to be involved with animals, environmental awareness and/or sustaining some of New Jersey’s

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Eric Jackson

Growing up in the more urbanized areas of New Jersey, Eric’s only real exposure to nature was his own backyard. Yet that did not stop him. He spent most of his childhood digging up beetle grubs, watching nature documentaries, and trying to catch butterflies with his bare hands. This love

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Wendi Mulvey

Wendi joins the CHA after a decade working as a substitute teacher, mainly with preK through first grade students.  Prior to that, she was a humane educator at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center.  Wendi learned a love for all creatures great and small from her grandparents. As a kid, Wendi read everything

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