Dorothy Clark is a longtime Jamaica Plain resident, a writer as well
as a singer, instrumentalist and recording artist. She has also
studied contemporary improvisation at the New England Conservatory.
Lusk, PhD. is currently a Research Fellow at Harvard School
of Public Health. In
Stowe, Vermont, she was appointed by the Stowe Selectmen to be Chair of
the restoration of the old Stowe High School, now the Stowe Library and
Art Center. She also helped put 124 houses in Stowe on the National
Register of Historic Places. She was the creator of the
award-winning Stowe Recreation Path.
In Vermont, she helped found the Vermont Trails and
Greenways Council and the Vermont Bicycle and Pedestrian Coalition and
served on a variety of state, county, and community transportation
committees. She was a member of the Vermont Board of Forests, Parks, and
Recreation, Vermont Recreation and Park Association, and Vermont Urban and
Community Forestry program. In Vermont, she also created the organization
Single Volunteers that, after being featured in TIME magazine, fostered
Single Volunteer organizations worldwide. Dr. Lusk earned a Ph.D. in
Architecture at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture
and Urban Planning with a major in Environment and Behavior and a minor in
Dr. Lusk additionally holds a Masters in fashion design from Les Ecoles de
la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne from Paris, France, a
Masters of Arts in Teaching with a specialization in Historic Preservation
from the University of Vermont, and a Masters of Science in Architecture
from the University of Michigan. (more)
Mattison has been a political and environmental activist in Brookline
for almost 30 years. A founding member of the Brookline GreenSpace
Alliance, Brookline Civic Association and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, he has worked on issues as
varied as restoration of Olmsted Park and instituting a residential waste
is an elected Town Meeting Member from Precinct 5, and the Chairman of
Brookline’s Tree Planting Committee.
is now active in restoration of the Carlton Street Footbridge and founded
Friends of Pinebank.
architect William Powell, has over thirty years of experience in the
profession and has been licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
He founded his solo residential practice, William Powell Architect
(WPArchitect.com), in 1993 and is a member of the Boston Society of
Architects and the American Institute of Architects.
also serves his neighborhood as an elected Town Meeting Member, and the
Town as an appointed member of the Advisory Committee, and Chair of its
Planning & Regulations Subcommittee.
In Brookline, he has participated in numerous
community and neighborhood issues and committees involved with the design
review of town projects and building preservation, and a broad range of
citizen concerns including the 2002-05 efforts to save historic St. Aidans