James Lovinsky / Executive Director

James Lovinsky / Executive Director

James Lovinsky

Executive Director

Jim has a strong background in a number of realms including: construction, manufacturing, management and owning a small business.  Jim transitioned from his role as a consultant for the Vermont Fuel Efficiency Partnership (VFEP) to LHP four years ago.  He has also been active in the local community serving as a long-time member of several local and regional school boards and as a member of the local Chamber of Commerce.  Jim and his wife Mary-Ellen live in East Hardwick on an old dairy farm where they and their two children raise garlic, vegetables, beef cattle, goats, chickens, and horses.

Susan Sinnott / Financial Manager

Susan Sinnott / Financial Manager

Susan Sinnott

Financial Manager

Susan came to Vermont from her home in Rhode Island in 2002 where she was a professional photographer who owned her own successful business for over 14 years. Susan has been a Real Estate Professional in Stowe where she has helped many people reach their dreams of home ownership in Lamoille County. Susan's husband, Gary spent many years with the Vermont Employees Credit Union. Susan and Gary have recently returned to Vermont from a brief hiatus in North Carolina. They are building a new home in Morrisville. Susan brings her background in real estate and business experience as well as her diverse interests to the organization.

We are happy to welcome Susan and her rescue dog Frida to our team at Lamoille Housing Partnership.
 

 
Kerrie Lohr / Public Relations Manager

Kerrie Lohr / Public Relations Manager

Kerrie Lohr

Public Relations Manager

Kerrie found her way to Vermont after growing up in southeastern Connecticut. She attended the University of Vermont and soon after graduating in 2010, started building her life in Lamoille County.

Kerrie began her career in the snow sport industry, building a marketing background with Dale of Norway and K2 Skis. Her interest in social issues and community development has led her to dedicate time to various non-profit organizations, having volunteered with local organizations Waterbury Area Trail Alliance and Little Bellas, as well as international environmental organizations.

Kerrie, her husband Alex and their dog Stella live in Waterbury and enjoy skiing, mountain biking, and stand up paddle boarding.