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November 05, 2014

Chris Clayton joins Hawk Mountain board

Christine Clayton, Old Lyme, CT, was recently elected to a four-year term on the Hawk Mountain Board of Directors. Christine is a Harvard alum who went on to earn a law degree from Columbia University before settling in at Xerox Corporation in Stamford, CT, where she served the corporation for more than 20 years, becoming Deputy General Counsel, and then Vice President and General Counsel.

Now retired, Chris can commit more time to her true passion, birding and traveling abroad in search of new species. A long-time member of Hawk Mountain, she also is a life member of the Linnaean Society of New York City, President of the Trustees of the Old Lyme Land Trust, and past Secretary of the board at the Connecticut Audubon Society. She also has volunteered her expertise as a lawyer for the Partnership for Children's Rights in New York City and served on the board of Fresh Art, a non-profit focused on promoting the talents of low-income, disabled artists in New York City.

Chris resides in Old Lyme her husband Stanley where she enjoys the outdoors and adding new birds to her life list.

Kuzans