Michael Aurelia - President

Mike served as the Director of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency, Town of Greenwich, CT until his recent retirement. He currently works as an environmental consultant. Mike received a BS in Geology from The Johns Hopkins University and an MS in Geological Science from Brown University. He joined the AF Board in 2003. Mike is a Certified Wetlands Scientist and has served on the national Society of Wetland Scientist’s Certification Committee. He has been a board member of the Stratford CT Conservation Commission, the CT Audubon Council, and the CT Assoc. of Conservation and Inland Wetland Commissions. He has been a Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America in Greenwich for over ten years. He has served as president of Aton Forest since 2007.

Paul Lagel - Treasurer

Paul is currently a Tax Accountant with Chase Enterprises in Hartford. He joined AF, Inc. as Treasurer in 2001, and was elected to the Board in 2003. He earned his BS in Natural Resources Conservation from the University of Connecticut, and worked for three years in the early 1980s as Research Assistant in the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection’s Wild Turkey Restoration Project. After earning his accounting certification, Paul was self-employed as a tax accountant for many years. He has been involved in numerous conservation and hunting organizations, including Vice President of the Association of New England Field Trial clubs, the Treasurer of New Britain Field Trail Club, and Past President and Treasurer of the Yankee Bird Dog Club.

Ian Civco - Vice-Treasurer

Ian Civco

P. Robert Moeller

Bob worked as an interpretive naturalist with the National Audubon Society from 1961 to 1986. He started at the Aullwood Audubon Center in Dayton, Ohio where he managed the sanctuary and was instrumental in the development of a "tall grass prairie" that has made Aullwood famous throughout the Midwest. He also (among many other duties) was instrumental in developing the Audubon Explorer Program for young people. In 1971 he moved to Sharon to become Director-Naturalist of the Sharon Audubon Center, a post he held until 1985, when he was named Northeast Regional Environmental Educator for the National Audubon Society. In November, 1987, he was elected First Selectman (CEO) of Sharon, Connecticut, a position he was re-elected to until his voluntary retirement in November, 2005. Bob has interest in, and exceptional knowledge of birds, mammals, trees, wildflowers, prairies, reptiles, field ecology, local human history and education.

William Urban

Bill received his BA in History and Political Science from Moravian College. Other studies included Russian, Business and Economics. Bill is also a founding member of AF, Inc, and has been the Executive Director of the Connecticut Conservation Association since 1984. He is a certified Professional Wetlands Scientist who served as Chairman of the Ansonia Inland Wetlands Commission from 1976 to 1997 and has been Chairman of the Ansonia Conservation Commission since 1982. He is involved in many conservation and social service organizations including The Boy Scouts of America, The Connecticut Agricultural Station Associates (founding secretary and board member), and the National Audubon Society. Bill has been a member of the board since 1990, and served as Vice-President from 2001 - 2006.

Larry Weaner

Larry Weaner

Elizabeth Corrigan

Elizabeth Corrigan

Richard Golin

Richard Golin