NMCOG – Lowell
Board Term 2018-2021
Alicia Geilen is currently the Environmental Planner for the Northern Middlesex Council of Governments (NMCOG), a Regional Planning Authority based in Lowell, Massachusetts, where she supports municipal staff in nine communities on sustainability, environmental protection, conservation, open space, and stormwater management issues. She is also the Public Education and Outreach sub-committee chair for the MA Statewide Stormwater Coalition. Prior to NMCOG, Ms. Geilen served as a municipal conservation agent in two Massachusetts towns (Ipswich and Topsfield), as well as a wetland consultant at a small private firm. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Kansas, and a master’s degree in Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University. In her free time, she is a Speaking For Wildlife volunteer for the University of New Hampshire’s Cooperative Extension Program, and manages the Voluntary Lake Assessment Program for Country Pond (Newton and Kingston, NH), where she lives with her husband and several geriatric chickens.