Darryll White, Chief Park Administrator
A New Englander at heart with historical family ties to Maine, Darryll has returned to the region after 16 years in San Francisco. Especially exciting for Lake George, Darryll has entrepreneurial experience in the field of urban bicycle tourism for the last 20 years. He played founding roles in entities including the Bike and Roll national cooperative, Bike and Roll San Francisco and New York City, Parkwide Activities, and Cycle Cities North America. He enjoys personal fitness, sea kayaking, snowshoeing, bike riding, and hiking, as well as hosting a weekly show on WXNZ (The Quarter Hour). Darryll serves on the Board of Directors for Main Street Skowhegan and the Kennebec Valley Tourism Council. Darryll is also a certified IAABO basketball official and also referees the sports of soccer and softball. Darryll earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Plymouth State University in NH and a Master of Science Degree from Slippery Rock University in PA.
Justin Spencer, Park Resource Manager
Justin has lived in Central Maine most of his life, swimming, fishing, boating, and ice fishing at Lake George. He served the U.S. Army for 5 years, fulfilling the role of Combat Engineer during active duty in Afghanistan, and as such, is a perfect fit for ensuring the safety and organization of the “outdoor office” at Lake George. He leads our summer internship program, and supervises an extensive list of park improvement projects. Justin earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Unity College in the field of Conservation Law Enforcement.
Lake George Regional Park hires on seasonal staff from May into September. If you are interested in a possible position email firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume and cover letter directed to Park Resource Manager, Justin Spencer. Many Volunteers share their expertise and help LGRP complete projects year round. LGRP also relies on volunteers programs like ASPIRE and ABLE along with the A4TD workforce program to help provide staff year round. These programs offer a great way to build job skills and improve the park at the same time.