Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Has New Leadership | 27Speaks

Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Has New Leadership | 27Speaks

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Noelle Dunlop and Kathleen Mulcahy with Meep.

Noelle Dunlop and Kathleen Mulcahy with Meep. DANA SHAW

27Speaks on Apr 4, 2024

The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays, the only wildlife hospital on Eastern Long Island, has a new executive director, Kathleen Mulcahy, the former mayor of Sag Harbor. Mulcahy joins the editors on 27Speaks this week along with rescue center board member Jane Gill and Director of Development Noelle Dunlop to talk about Mulcahy's new job there, the mission of the center and what some of the nonprofit center's needs are.

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