William Peacock, Administrative Assistant, joined the WCC full-time in July of 2019. His role at the Center includes managing a variety of administrative and clerical activities that advance the execution of the Center’s goals and objectives. Will has always had a passion for wildlife, going back to seeing Atka as a kindergartner at Pound Ridge Elementary School. He graduated from High Point University in the spring of 2018 with a degree in Communications with a journalism focus. In the fall of 2017, Will produced a video segment that was featured on the Triad News Organization Network about Red Wolves in North Carolina and the challenges they face going forward. Will interned with us at the Center during the summer of 2015, so he knows the Center well.
Colin Albanese is our Volunteer Coordinator and educator, in charge of organizing, recruiting and training the numerous volunteers the Wolf Conservation Center has. He began working at the center in the fall of 2018 as a volunteer and joined the 2019 summer internship program which lead to his current position. Colin spent much of his young life working alongside the docks of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, watching exploration missions come and go which lead to a strong interest in the environment. He graduated from SUNY Westchester with a Performing Arts degree and has a background in communication, teaching, management as well as several trades.