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Sylvie Boucher

Sandy Breslin Conservation Fellow

Sylvie joined the Connecticut Land Conservation Council (CLCC) in August 2021 as the organization’s Sandy Breslin Conservation Fellow focusing her work on CLCC’s land conservation policy, advocacy, and community outreach programs.

Sylvie received her B.A. in Environmental Studies with a double minor in Public Policy and Urban & Community Studies from the University of Connecticut.

During her undergrad, she was a fast track graduate student with the Department of Public Policy and is continuing that track to receive a Masters of Public Administration, studying at the UConn Hartford campus.

Sylvie previously worked in the Hartford area for a community-initiated urban ecology and wellness program and assisted local farmers with administration support. She enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, yoga, and cooking delicious vegan meals.