Jennifer Bridges (Chair)
Jennifer has been a proud resident of Pine Lake since 2012. She is a Master Gardener and attended Gwinnett Tech’s sustainable urban agriculture program. She is interested in edible landscapes, sustainable food production, stewardship education, communing with the outdoors, and equitable access to greenspace. She also just loves watching things grow!
Carrie Lindblad has always loved the outdoors and recently began raising Monarch butterflies after seeing a movie about their plight. She is a regular on Audubon field trips and is a pollinator advocate. She is focused on the changes that the average person can do to create, share, and enjoy a healthy and beautiful community. Carrie is a long-time clinical social worker at the Veterans Health Administration and lives in Pine Lake with her partner Carol and their two dogs Scout and Sunny.
Aaron M. Pincus
Aaron is a mindfulness teacher and
ultra-marathoner at heart, and highly skilled at holding a big vision and
executing it with precision and care. He is passionate about being outside and
connecting people with their capacities to nurture and be nurtured by living
Aaron has been working with Shades of Green
Permaculture since 2012. He and his wife, Brandy live in Pine Lake with their
daughter, Zephyr, and their pup, Peanut Butter.
Irene is a Georgia native and loves working with local and southern progressive nonprofits. With a background in Philosophy and a 2013 graduate of UGA’s Masters of Social Work program, Irene has volunteered and served on a variety of committees and nonprofit boards in Georgia. Making Pine Lake her home in 2016 has been one of the best things. Between walking on the trails, spotting the beavers, and daydreaming under the canopy of trees there is always a feeling of home among the natural habitat. In January of 2018 she began holding monthly New Moon Women's Circles
in the Pine Lake. Irene lives with her husband Brad, dog Ryker, and cat Atticus