Three Bays Preservation Inc. Names New Executive Director

Friday, May 26, 2017

Media Contact:  Zenas “Zee” Crocker
Executive Director, Three Bays Preservation, Inc.

Three Bays Preservation Inc. Names New Executive Director

(Osterville, Mass.) – Zenas “Zee” Crocker assumed the helm as Executive Director at Three Bays Preservation, Inc., on April 1.  He succeeded longtime Executive Director Lindsey B. Counsell who retired following a 20-year career at the Osterville-based organization.

Three Bays uses applied science to study, research and mitigate water quality in its mission area of West, North and Cotuit Bays, as well as the rivers, streams and ponds within the 12,458-acre watershed including the 1,251-acre estuary. 

“Zee brings an incredible passion for water quality and science to this end in the Town of Barnstable,” said Michael J. Egan, president of the Board of Directors at Three Bays.

 Crocker grew up on Cape Cod and has ancestral roots in Osterville, Cotuit, and Marstons Mills. Zee graduated from Barnstable High School and earned an Honors BA from McGill University in Quebec.

 Before taking the helm at Three Bays Preservation, Inc., in April 2017, Zee spent over 30 years in the financial services industry in Boston where he specialized in Institutional Equities.

 When he’s not working passionately on clean water issues, you can find Zee on Nantucket Sound where he’s a lifelong fisherman and sailor. 

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Three Bays Preservation Inc. is dedicated to restoring and preserving clean water in the Town of Barnstable.