Nicole E. Chevalier

Development Consultant

Nicole is an independent consultant focused on assisting organizations in developing resources and impacting communities. Prior to becoming a consultant, she was a staff member at the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF), a family foundation focused on supporting non-profit programs throughout the nation in the areas of contemporary visual art, the environment and learning disabilities.

Throughout her 18 years at the foundation, she assumed a variety of responsibilities and roles including Program Officer, Program Director, and Interim Chief Executive Officer. During her tenure, the environment program focused on sustainable forestry, state and federal climate change mitigation efforts, and integrated sustainability at the municipal level.  

Before EHTF, Ms. Chevalier was involved in wetland biology research and environmental education efforts to reduce sources of pollution to watersheds. She has served on several non profit Boards and Advisory Committees in a variety of fields.  Ms. Chevalier received her graduate degree from Yale University and her undergraduate degree from Cornell University.

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