Board of Trustees


Carla Lineback, President
Director of Alumni & External Engagement, World Learning
Joined Board in: 2021
Why I serve: I grew up in the area and am committed to our local community. I wholeheartedly agree that “the children are our future.”

Chris Campany, Vice President
Executive Director, Windham Regional Commission
Joined Board in:  2020

Jenna Bagnall-Reilly

Jenna Bagnall, Treasurer
Senior Researcher, TRC
Joined Board in: 2017
Why I serve: To be directly involved in early child care, and to give my support to providing children with a healthy start.

Tom Franks, Secretary
Self-employed energy sector researcher and consultant
Joined Board in: 2021
Why I serve: I believe in the mission of the organization in terms of community building and providing comprehensive services and I am inspired by the enthusiasm, commitment and positivity of the staff.


Board Photo Ann Allbee

Ann Allbee, Immediate Past President
Elementary Teacher, Retired
Joined Board in: 2017
Why I serve: Winston Prouty has always provided support to children and their families through the early childhood education program. I feel this is so important and am very happy to be a part of it.

Kristan Outwater, MD
Pediatrician, Brattleboro Primary Care
Joined Board in: 2021
Why I serve: I am excited to promote the importance of early development to a child’s wellbeing and physical/mental health into adult years.  (Photo courtesy of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital)

Kate Trzaskos
Executive Director, Downtown Brattleboro Alliance
Joined Board in: 2019
Why I serve: I believe in the work that Winston Prouty does and feel this organization is vital to building a healthy community that supports children and families.

Lori Walters
Retired High School Math Teacher
Joined Board in: 2023
Why I serve: I am looking forward to helping Winston Prouty continue its work to provide various services to the children and families of this community. Additionally, I’m excited about the Winston Prouty Development Project. It is my hope that Winston Prouty can be an organization that is instrumental in solving the housing crisis in Brattleboro.