Michael Holcomb

Michael is a resident of Cape Cod with over 20 years of caretaker and grounds maintenance experience. Michael held the position of Landscape Manager for the Catania Hospitality Group, where he worked for 18 years, and is also currently the Estate Caretaker for a 5-acre property in Cotuit, MA. He has also held landscaping positions for the Dan’l Webster Inn and the Cape Codder Resort. Michael is very interested in the environment and earned a bachelor’s degree from University of Maine at Farmington, where he studied Environmental Sciences.

John “Jack” McCafferty

Jack assumed the role of Chief Financial Officer at Manomet at the end of April 2024. He brings over 40 years of experience in accounting and reporting, finance and analysis, and budgeting and forecasting to Manomet and oversees the finance team.

Jack graduated from Boston College, where he majored in Accounting and Finance. Upon graduation, he joined Price Waterhouse and later co-founded his own accounting firm to provide audit, tax, and consulting services to privately owned smaller businesses. After 26 years in public accounting, Jack joined Fidelity Investments as Vice President of Accounting and Finance. He became the Chief Financial Officer of Fidelity Investments’ Ireland operations during his time with Fidelity. While working in Ireland, Jack and his wife, Maureen, took advantage of the opportunity to travel throughout Europe. Upon his return home, Jack joined Resources Global Professionals as a Senior Finance Consultant. Through an assignment to assist Hillside School, a private middle school for boys, Jack became their CFO and helped lead the school to sustained profitability. Following the pandemic, Jack became the CFO of Urban College of Boston (“UCB”), assisting in the effort to merge the small college with an affiliate of Southern New Hampshire University.

A lifelong resident of Massachusetts, Jack lives with his wife, Maureen, in Millis. He enjoys traveling, learning to play the guitar and the piano, and spending time with his two daughters and four grandchildren.

Beverly McNeill

Beverly joined Manomet in March of 2024 as a Staff Accountant. With more than 20 years of experience in accounting, she will provide support to Manomet’s Finance and Accounting Team. Most recently, she served as a Controller at InnSeason Resorts and RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain.

Beverly lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts with her husband, three children, and Golden Retriever. She loves the ocean and the mountains and enjoys boating, skiing, and spending time with her family and friends.

She is based at Manomet’s headquarters in Manomet, Massachusetts.

Elijah Wojohn

Elijah Wojohn

Elijah is part of the Resilient Habitats group and leading our efforts in Louisiana. He is focused on working with partners, stakeholders and farmers in Louisiana to help create habitat, primarily in the fall, for shorebirds that use agricultural land. He is also working on our broader efforts to build partnerships with the public, manage and grow the Louisiana Shorebird Alliance, and monitor the effectiveness of our work with expanding ISS volunteers.

Elijah grew up in Zachary, LA. Elijah enjoys family adventures in nature and is an avid conservationist, hunter, outdoorsman, and gardener. Elijah earned a bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Ecology and Management with a concentration in Wildlife Ecology from LSU, and then completed a Graduate Certificate program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello in Waterfowl and Wetland Management. He’s passionate about using land management to advance conservation goals and has experience in agriculture and as a waterfowl manager/wildlife biologist. Elijah is currently living in Arkansas with his wife, daughter, two pups, and some chickens, but will be based in Louisiana where he’s originally from.

Anne Zegers

Joining Manomet in April of 2024 as Sea Run Fisheries Monitoring Coordinator, Anne is based in East Machias, Maine. She works with a diverse array of partners including commercial harvesters, NGOs, and state, tribal, and federal agencies to track the abundance of sea-run river herring across the region and monitor the shifting environmental conditions that impact them.

Raised by biologists in the heart of Eastern Maine’s conservation community, Anne rebelled by spending her college years studying Creative Writing (and Geology) at Cornell College (Mount Vernon, Iowa). After graduating in 2016, and a brief stint as a receptionist, Anne returned to her roots, working in Atlantic Salmon conservation, first with river-restoration group Project S.H.A.R.E., then as a field technician for the Maine Department of Marine Resources’ Bureau of Sea Run Fisheries.

Anne is fascinated by the unique ties binding communities to the landscapes they inhabit, especially the woods, rivers, and rocky coasts of Eastern Maine. In her spare time, Anne explores local history as secretary of the Revolutionary War Reenactors of Downeast Maine, and regularly portrays a British Marine – look, someone’s got to do it – wishing that his fine, red coat wasn’t such a compelling target.