Robin Hill, born in Utica, NY, but most recently from Atlanta, GA, moved to Old Forge full-time in May, 2017 with her husband, Bill, and their two dogs. Her parents, Dick and Marsha Keyes, purchased Keyes Pancake House (Old Forge) in 1976 from Robin’s uncle and ran the restaurant seasonally until October, 1988. Working in Old Forge during her teenage through college years was a dream come true. Robin then moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1987 where she entered the commercial real estate industry and managed Class A high rise office buildings for Childress Klein Properties until April, 2017. Robin and Bill would visit and vacation in Old Forge whenever possible enjoying their hobbies of hiking, biking and kayaking. They purchased a home in Old Forge in late 2013. In late 2016, hearing of the upcoming open position of Executive Director of CAP-21, Robin applied and has been working diligently on numerous focus areas of CAP-21’s with the support of her Board Members. In 2021, a capacity building plan for the organization provided an opportunity to add a Community Development Specialist position allowing Robin to focus on strategic planning and overall administration as well as managing the Health and Human Services activities.
In his role as Community Development Specialist, Daniel will be focusing predominantly on the areas of community housing options and broadband access through program management, planning and grant writing. Daniel has a Master's Degree in Community Social Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and comes with a working background in program creation and management in both the senior living and the special needs fields. Born in Rochester New York, Daniel has recently moved back to New York after 10 years in Colorado. Daniel enjoys camping, hiking, paddling and anything outside with his wife, Tayler, and their two dogs, Dinosaur and Turtle.
Lori is originally from Connecticut and moved to Old Forge in her 20's to settle her family. She has a Psychology Degree from Utica College of Syracuse University and has been working for LivingADK for the last 4 years. Lori lives in Old Forge with her husband and two children that are currently Town of Webb students.