Staff

Staff

Noelle Sevoian, VT Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets

Noelle is program manager for the Working lands Enterprise Initiative and has been with the Agency of Ag since the program's creation in State Legislature in 2012. Noelle earned a Masters of Science from University of Vermont's Community Development and Applied Economics Program and has a Double Bachelors in Global Business and Management from Suffolk University, Boston. Noelle is proud to have made Vermont her home, and lives in Burlington with her husband and daughter Stella. When not at work, she enjoys running, cycling, long walks, good food, good music, Lake Champlain, and spending time with family. 

Phone:802.585.9072

Email: Noelle.Sevoian@vermont.gov

 

Victoria (Tori) Managan, VT Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets
Tori is the Program Technician II for the Agriculture Development Division at the Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets. She works with Melissa on grants and will ensure all your grant requirements are met and to answer your questions. Tori holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Sustainability from Antioch University New England. When not at work, Tori can most likely be found in her garden or tending to her honey bees.

 

Melissa Moon, VT Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets

Melissa will be assisting the Working Lands Enterprise Board. She is a Grants Specialist for the Working Lands Enterprise Initiative, working closely with grant recipients throughout the grant agreement period. 

Phone: 802.828.3828

Email: Melissa.Moon@vermont.gov

 

Matt Langlais, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation

Matt has 15 years of forestry experience.  Since 2006 he has served as the Caledonia and Essex County Forester providing information, technical assistance, and outreach to Vermonters about managing and stewarding their forestland.  Matt is also a Christmas tree grower, owning and managing  Langlais Family Tree Farm in Burke, VT.  He graduated from the University of New Hampshire with degrees in wildlife biology and forestry.