Holly Sheehan

Club Coordinator
Portland, ME
Holly has worked as the Club Coordinator for the Maine Appalachian Trail Club since 2004. She works with MATC’s Board of Directors, volunteers, organizational partners, seasonal staff and other stakeholders in helping the organization meet its mission to maintain, manage & protect 267-miles of the Appalachian Trail.

Holly co-founded and co-managed environmentally themed camps for children ages 4-13 at both Turkey Hill Farm, in Cape Elizabeth, and Wolfe’s Neck Farm, in Freeport.  Activities centered on agriculture, wildlife, pond and forest ecology. Prior to this Holly taught life science at Portland’s King Middle School. 

Holly holds a M.S. in Environmental Studies from Antioch New England, in Keene, NH.

She and her husband Steve Niles, three sons and two dogs enjoy time spent outdoors including maintaining the A.T.  from Safford Notch campsite to the summit of Little Bigelow Mountain.