Thomas S. Curren
has served since 2006 as director of theÂ Northeast Land Trust ConsortiumÂ of The Pew Charitable Trusts
, assisting in the protection of more than 380,000 acres in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York.
Prior to joining Pew, Tom was president of the Lakes Region Conservation Trust in Meredith, New Hampshire from 1994 to 2006, where he worked to protect more than 14,000 acres of conservation land and raised nearly $30 million dollars in contributions.
served as vice president for marketing and development at the Crotched Mountain Foundation, director of development at the New Hampton School, and director of development at the Spaulding Youth Center.Â In addition, Tom
has owned and operated a family dairy business, written three town histories, and co-authored two books with his
wife, Kathy Neustadt.
Tom has served as trustee of the Crotched Mountain Foundation, the Carol di Maiti Stuart Foundation, and the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, and as an incorporator of the Lakes Region Charitable Foundation.
has also served two terms as selectman of the town of Bridgewater, New Hampshire.
Tom attended the University of Massachusetts and Goddard College, and also trained at Dartmouth College in community social service work and maternal and child health as part of a rural mental health outreach program.