The Greenwich Point Conservancy was formed in 2003 by residents concerned about the deteriorating condition of the historically important structures at Greenwich Point. These structures were originally part of Innis Arden, the country estate of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, who owned the estate from the mid- 1880's until 1940.

The goal of the GPC is to work with the Town of Greenwich, and in particular the Department of Parks and Recreation, to develop and implement plans for the restoration and preservation of the important historic structures at Greenwich Point, and to provide funding for the related preservation projects. Proceeds from the GPC’s Annual Fundraiser, Beach Ball and other fundraising activities of the GPC are used for the restoration of the historic buildings at Greenwich Point. 

The Conservancy was incorporated in February of 2004, and is governed by a Board of Directors, comprised of Greenwich residents who share a love of Greenwich Point and its history. Directors and advisers include representatives of Friends of Greenwich Point, the Greenwich Audubon Society, the Greenwich Land Trust, the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich, the Historic District Commission, the Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences, Green Fingers Garden Club and the Old Greenwich Yacht Club and other organizations. The Greenwich Point Conservancy has 501 (c) 3 status under the rules of the I.R.S., and all donations to the Conservancy are tax exempt.


Christopher Franco, President
Alison Farn Leigh, Vice President
Tom Broadhurst, Secretary
Susan Wamsley, Asst. Secretary
Marcus Zavattaro, Treasurer
Sue H. Baker, Asst. Treasurer
Sara Allard
Susan Detchon Anderson
Jackie Baxter
Richard Bergstresser
Brooke Bohnsack
Anne Bourne
Ginge Cabrera
Robin Carey
Frank Carpenteri
Samantha Cleaves
Nancy Dearing
Laura Dickey
Krist Dodaro
Kendra Farn Finz
Abigail Fox
Rachel Franco
Louisa Greene
Peter Grunow
Patty Hopper
Mary Hull
Sara Keller
Robert Lawrence
JoAnn McCarthy
Ian Murray
Shep Murray
Sharon Patel
Tina Pray
Suzanne Prunier
Karen Rubenstein
Gerard “Roddy” Saggese III
Jennifer Floren Sozzi
Linnea Stenberg
Laura Sullivan
Megan Sullivan
Ellen Sweeney
Adele Teitell
Gail Telerico
Don VanRhyn
Anna Waters
Lisa Weicker
Susan Weis
Paige Wilner



Imogene Altznauer
Michael Aurelia
Cynthia Barrett
Daniel Barrett
Jean Bergstresser
A.E. Betteridge, III
Ann Caron
Libby Cooke
Hon. Peter Crumbine
Judith Donahue
Krysten Ericson
Gideon Fountain
Icy Frantz
Diana Frazier
Lile Gibbons
Traci Gwozdz
Chris Hansen
Dara Johnson
Marla Laney
Gale Lawrence
Bunny Lukas
Mike Maiolo
Donna Moffly
David Ogilvy
Heather Platt
Alyssa Portny
James C. Reilly
Charles Royce
Deborah Royce
Denise Savageau
Frank Smurlo
Davidde Strackbein
Rick Sullivan
Sam Sullivan


Bruce Angiolillo Chairman, Harbor Management Commission
Patrice Anibal OGYC Commodore
Hon. Michael Bocchino State Representative
Roger Bowgen Chairman, Shellfish Commission
Hon. Fred Camillo State Representative
Gary Dell'Abate Co-Chair, Board of Parks & Recreation
Cynthia Ehlinger Seaside Center Manager, Bruce Museum
Hon. Livvy R. Floren State Representative
Hon. L. Scott Frantz State Senator
Scott Johnson Co-Chair, Board of Parks & Recreation
Daniel Ksepka, PhD. Science Curator, Bruce Museum
Peter Linderoth President, Friends of Greenwich Point
Hon. Sandy Litvack Selectman
Ian MacMillan Greenwich Harbor Master, State of Connecticut
Debra Mecky, PhD. Director, Greenwich Historical Society
Jane Pimentel Director, Greenwich Community Sailing
Denise Savageau Conservation Director
Patricia Sesto Director of Environmental Affairs
Peter Sutton Executive Director & CEO, Bruce Museum
Hon. Peter Tesei First Selectman
Hon. John Toner Selectman