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Lo Sottile

Lauren “Lo” Sottile is the Development Manager for the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield. She grew up in the northwest corner of Connecticut before moving to the Berkshires to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in Arts Management at MCLA in North Adams, continuing her studies through the Berkshire Hills

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The Berkshires are Getting Even Greener

Long valued for their scenic beauty, rural charm, and unspoiled landscapes, the Berkshires are getting even greener. Most of the area’s larger communities, from Great Barrington to Williamstown, are tackling the impacts of non-essential plastics. These include thin, single-use plastic shopping bags and polystyrene drink and food containers. Measures

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What brings a top-notch global executive to The Berkshires?

What drove General Motors' first female corporate executive to pitch her tent at Canyon Ranch after 30 years traveling the world for the Detroit-based automaker? As Susan Docherty tells it, her globetrotting career, including vice-president of sales and marketing, involved 20 moves and temporary homes in five different countries.

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