Dave Bryan

Retired business leader with experience in strategic planning and marketing. Trustee of Manomet and South Shore Conservatory. Previously Director, Mac-Gray Corporation; CEO, Avedis Zildjian, maker of cymbals and other percussion instruments; VP and Corporate Officer of Sara Lee Corporation and President of its Aris-Isotoner and Fuller Brush divisions; Procter & Gamble Brand Manager. Graduate of Colby College and Columbia University School of Business. Lives in Hingham, MA and sometimes Key West.

Louise Conant

Officially, I’m retired from fifteen years of parish ministry. Before that, my careers included high school English teacher, poet-in-the-schools, and homemaker/parent—and now active grandparent. I’ll talk about Manomet to anybody.

My father-in-law, one of Manomet’s earliest supporters, made an avid birder of me. I’ve also become a relentless photographer of my grandchildren, and as the family’s matriarch, I’ve turned bales of archives into sleek photo books.

Why Manomet?

In a time of cynicism and sometimes despair for our planet, Manomet shows me over and over again that a few committed, trustworthy people can make big changes. Manomet draws folks in through hope and respect and imagination and accomplishment.

Dwight DeMay

I am a landscape architect and principal at Hart Howerton, where I have led multi-disciplinary design teams on a broad range of master planning, conservation-based and new community design projects in all regions of the United States and abroad.

When not working or helping to advance Manomet, I can be found with my family at our home on Monhegan Island, expanding the vegetable garden, or building (yet another) boat.

Why Manomet?

Manomet has a large impact in creating a more sustainable world. It’s impressive to watch Manomet’s staff build relationships across a range of sectors and then provide those partners with the science they need to create change.