We’d like to welcome Dwight DeMay and Dan Sarles to the Manomet Board of Trustees. We look forward to working with them!
Dwight is a landscape architect and planner with over 20 years’ experience working with large-scale landowners on master planning, conservation-based and community design projects in all regions of the United States and abroad. He is a principal at Hart Howerton and leads the firm’s Boston office. Hart Howerton is a team of strategic planners, architects, landscape architects, and interior designers with a global practice headquartered in New York and San Francisco.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, Magna Cum Laude from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; and a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. In addition, Dwight has been the lead instructor for the Community Master Planning course at the Harvard Graduate School of Design Executive Education program.
Dwight has been a Manomet Councilor since 2012 and currently serves on the Audit Committee. His wife, Janne Corneil, is also a Manomet Councilor. When away from the office, Dwight can be found with Janne and their 14-year-old son restoring their house on the Maine coast.
Dan Sarles has served as Executive Director of the Eaglemere Foundation since April 2013. In this role he manages foundation strategy and operations as well as directing the funding of conservation and development-targeted charities such as The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Alaska Conservation Foundation, Oxfam, MSF, and many others.
Dan also serves as a Managing Member of Sarles Family Investments LLC, a private equity focused entity. He has a career background in sustainability, entrepreneurial operations, and market research. He holds an MS in Environmental Management & Sustainability from Illinois Institute of Technology, an MBA from University of Texas-Austin, and a BA from Princeton. A native New Englander, Dan currently lives in Boston but travels frequently for work and play.