MEREDITH — The Lake Winnipesaukee Association has welcomed Peter Glick and Tim Baker to its board of directors. Glick joined the board last fall, and has made significant contributions in a very short time. Glick loves the lake; he has been swimming, paddling, and sailing on Winnipesaukee and other area lakes since he was a boy. After serving as a water quality monitor and reviewing our restoration plans for the Moultonborough Bay Inlet and other watersheds, he became convinced that the LWA is playing a critical role in protecting the lake today and preserving it for our children tomorrow.
Glick is a serial entrepreneur and investor who has served as chairman and CEO of companies focused on instruments for clinical diagnostics, contract research for new drug development, and other efforts to improve healthcare. Glick, his wife Kerstin, and their mostly grown children split their time between Tuftonboro and Massachusetts.
Baker, the newest addition to the LWA Board, recently retired to focus his efforts on philanthropic causes on a local level. Prior to retirement, he spent more than 35 years in executive management and financial positions focusing in the area of medical technology, where he was most recently the president and chief financial officer of Cynosure Inc., a medical aesthetics company. Throughout his career, Baker has focused on business development and strategic growth in early stage organizations and business turnaround opportunities. He is a certified public accountant and holds a master’s degree in operations management.
Baker has been a volunteer in Massachusetts serving Westford youth sports, Westford youth theater, and the Westford food pantry. Baker and his family have been part-time residents of Moultonborough for almost 20 years.
The Lake Winnipesaukee Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the water quality and natural resources of Lake Winnipesaukee and its watershed. For more information, visit www.winnipesaukee.org or call 603-581-6632.