Teton Raptor Center announces new Advancement Director

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton Raptor Center announced today that Nick Delmolino has joined the team as Advancement Director.

In his new role, Delmolino will be in charge of implementing development and communications strategies as Teton Raptor Center continues to expand its programming and develop its home at the Hardeman Ranch in Wilson.

“We are thrilled to welcome Nick’s energy and expertise to Teton Raptor Center as we embark on the next decade of keeping wild birds wild and completing the site improvements at the Mosely/Hardeman Ranch to create a world-class home for raptor conservation,” said TRC Executive Director Amy McCarthy. “Nick’s experience and enthusiasm are a great fit for accomplishing TRC’s near-and long-term goals.”

Originally from Western Massachusetts, Delmolino has lived in Jackson since 2004 and worked at Teton Science Schools (TSS) since that time. In his most recent role as the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications at TSS, he worked to grow the number of annual participants to nearly 15,000 and to lead messaging efforts to engage supporters of the schools’ mission. During his time at TSS, Delmolino also worked on the capital campaign to secure the funding for the construction of the Jackson Campus and within the Advancement department he contributed to several successful fundraising campaigns and events. He was a founding board member of the Gombe School of Environment & Society – USA which provided start-up support to a place-based education organization in Tanzania and currently serves on the board of the Grand Teton Association.

“I am thrilled to be joining Teton Raptor Center’s team. Their leadership in raptor conservation is inspiring and their approach of combining rehabilitation, research and education programs is remarkable,” Delmolino said. “I am excited to bring the skills and experience that I‘ve developed to Teton Raptor Center to help another nonprofit in the valley continue to expand.”


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