Kay Tyler
Executive Director

Kay Tyler, CCOM’s new fundraising Development Consultant, is no stranger to Montauk and is active in many areas of the community. A Montauk lover since 2006 and full-time resident for over 12 years, with her husband and three young children, who attend Montauk School, she brings leadership and marketing experience from JetBlue Airways, American Express, and Citigroup. Kay continued her career after starting a family and moving full-time to Montauk, initially as the Executive Director of the Montauk Chamber of Commerce and later as a Director at Gurney’s. A fully vested devotee of Montauk, she looks forward to helping CCOM preserve its future.

Office: 631-238-5720

Danielle Friscia
Director of Operations

Danielle Friscia is an East Hampton local. Danielle began working at CCOM in 2012. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from Binghamton University; an M.S.Ed in Education from Long Island University with an advanced degree certificate in education from St. Peter's College, University of Oxford; and an M.S. in Technical Systems Management from SUNY Stony Brook. Before joining CCOM, Danielle briefly taught at Springs School in East Hampton but chose to move to Manhattan to work as a Financial Services Information Technology Project Manager at the New York Mercantile Exchange for 8 years. Giving back to her hometown is important to her; she wants future generations to love where they grew up as much as she does. In her free time, Danielle enjoys trail hiking, and travel, and is an avid gardener and cook.

Office: 631-238-5720
Email: DFriscia@PreserveMontauk.org

Jaime LeDuc
Director of Environmental Advocacy

Jaime LeDuc, originally from Minnesota, holds a Bachelor of Science from Bemidji State University and a Masters of Biological Sciences from Michigan Technological University. For the past 14 years she served as an Aquatic Biological Science Technician at Voyageurs National Park and the Great Lakes Inventory and Monitoring Network, where she was the laboratory manager and specialized in water quality, climate change, invasive species, harmful algal blooms, and fisheries management programs. Until recently, she was also Chair of Surfrider Foundation’s North Shore, MN Chapter. Jaime currently resides in Southampton. When not working, you can find Jaime catching waves along the East End and exploring the coastline with her pups.

Office: 631-238-5720
Email: JLeDuc@PreserveMontauk.org