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Ed Barosky

Ed Barosky

Ed grew up in Connecticut and spent most of his time in nature and riding his horse.  At the age of 10 he became a Junior Curator at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center getting to work on a farm with animals and bringing lots of wild critters home on the weekends.  Time in nature for him is one of life's greatest gifts.  Joining the Tin Mountain team has brought him full circle back to his Junior Curator days now with vast experience.  He brings 25 years of marketing, technology, finance and business development experience supporting the transformation of some of the world's most valuable and complex organizations.  He has held roles on Wall Street and 20 years in San Francisco/Silicon Valley CA working for JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, AT&T, Time Warner, NBC/Universal, British Telecom and most recently 3 start-ups.  He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut where he spent 2 years working for the United States Senate.  He is now the proud 2nd owner of an 1860 farm in the White Mountains where he enjoys spending time with his family, passion for nature, hiking daily with his Standard Poodle and driving one of his vintage cars on the weekends.  A couple of horses for him is on the horizon.  He is Vice President of the Executive Board of Directors of the Freedom Historical Society, volunteer at the Freedom Food Pantry, Member of the Silver Lake Singers, Head Deacon at First Christian Church of Freedom and Varsity Tennis Coach at Fryeburg Academy.