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Westchester Land Trust Names Five New Board Members

Mount Kisco's Betsy Lifschultz
Mount Kisco's Betsy Lifschultz Photo Credit: Contributed
Irvington resident Eli B.A. Halliwell
Irvington resident Eli B.A. Halliwell Photo Credit: Contributed
Bedford resident Jennifer Schwartz
Bedford resident Jennifer Schwartz Photo Credit: Contributed
Pound Ridge resident Renee Ring
Pound Ridge resident Renee Ring Photo Credit: Contributed
Croton-on-Hudson resident Susan Todd
Croton-on-Hudson resident Susan Todd Photo Credit: Contributed

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Westchester Land Trust recently announced five additions to the board of directors of the Bedford Hills-based land conservation organization.

The new board members include: Eli B.A. Halliwell, Betsy Lifschultz, Renee Ring, Jennifer Schwartz and Susan Todd.

Halliwell, a native of Irvington, is currently the vice president, senior analyst at D.E. Shaw & Co., a global investment and technology development firm.

Mount Kisco resident Lifschultz is a retired teacher with experience in several school districts, including Eastchester, Yorktown, Bedford and, most recently, Chappaqua.

Ring, an attorney, lives in Pound Ridge with her husband, Paul Zofnass. Together, they helped WLT create the Westchester Wilderness Walk/Zofnass Family Preserve – a 150-acre ambassador preserve in Pound Ridge.

Schwartz, a Bedford resident, is a former school administrator, teacher and college guidance counselor, having worked at The York Prep School in New York City as well as The Harvey School in Katonah.

Croton-on-Hudson resident Todd is an Academy Award-nominated producer, writer, director and partner in Archipelago Films, a New York-based media company.

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