Current SEEDS Board Members

Katharine Dodge – Chair

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Sandy Long – Executive Director (See below)

Sue Currier – Assistant Chair

Jane Bollinger – Recording Secretary

Nancy DeYoung – Treasurer

Denise Bussiere – Corresponding Secretary

Jocelyn Cramer – Board Member at Large

David Ford – Board Member at Large

Jenna Wayne Mauder – Events Circle Rep

Jack Barnett – Sustainable Food Circle Rep

Krista Gromalski – Outreach Circle Rep

Emily Rinaldi – Statewide Outreach Circle Rep

Shannon Brown – Governance Circle Rep

Andrew Drewchin – Energy Circle Rep

Special thanks go to our past board members including Chuck Heyn, Michele Sands, Jean Smith, Stu Badner, Pat Sanders, Cindy Matthews, Kim Emmett, Danielle “Doni” Hoffman,  Luke Turano, Jamie Knecht, Kayleigh Cornell, Mary Anne Carletta, Colleen Campion and Ella Hoerning.



SEEDS hired its first Executive Director, Jocelyn Cramer in January 2013. Jocelyn came to SEEDS from a varied background in theatre, human resources and business management. Born and raised in Lackawanna County, Jocelyn lived in Providence, RI, Boston, MA and New York, NY until moving back to Wayne County full time in 2011.

Jocelyn has volunteered for dozens of arts organizations, the International Refugee Committee and the International Center in Manhattan. She retired from her position as Executive Director in early 2019 and remains active with our organization as a volunteer and Board Member.



SEEDS welcomed its second Executive Director, Sandy Long in January 2019. Sandy brings to SEEDS a passion for sustainability supported by action, and a background as an award-winning writer, photographer and artist who focuses pen and lens on environmental, cultural and community issues.

Photo of SEEDS Executive Director Sandy Long.

Sandy is co-founder of Heron’s Eye Communications (, a Pike County-based firm which was a 2008 recipient of a PA Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence. Following a career in higher education administration, she freelanced for publications in the Upper Delaware River region and worked as a staff photojournalist and columnist for The River Reporter.

She was selected as the first Artist-in-Residence at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and also served as the Delaware Highlands Conservancy’s Artist-in-Residence at Lemons Brook Farm in Bethel, New York. Her work can be viewed at or (@heronseye) or