East Hampton Trustee
David Cataletto grew up in East Hampton and attended the public schools here. He graduated from the University of Mass Amherst with a major in Anthropology and went on to receive a Master’s degree in teaching. David is proud to be teaching 6th-grade History at the East Hampton Middle School.
Today, he lives with his wife and their two children in the Northwest Woods. He has a deep love of East Hampton and is committed to preserving its rich history and natural surroundings for our generation and generations to come. He is especially passionate about keeping our waters clean, keeping beach access rights and preserving our wetlands.
David is active in East Hampton serving as a:
- Founding trustee and head of the Education committee at the Amagansett Lifesaving Station and Museum
- Member of the East Hampton Historical Society education committee where he created a series of virtual historical lectures
- Member of the East Hampton Nature Preserve committee
- Avid sailor, surfer, and fisherman and kayak tour guide.