Born and raised in East Hampton, Will Schumann graduated from East Hampton High School in 2006. He then attended Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut, earning a BA in Environmental Studies in 2010 and playing lacrosse throughout his college career. He spent the next three years working in Manhattan in environmental consulting and then office leasing.
Will always knew it was only a matter of time before he would leave the city and move back to the Hamptons. He enjoyed Manhattan, but his mind kept wandering east and eventually he know it was time to come home. "My father used to be a commercial fisherman in Montauk," he explains, "and growing up I spent countless days on or near the water. I am an avid recreational fisherman and if I can't be out on a boat, spending the day at one of our local beaches makes for a nice consolation prize." In addition to fishing, his hobbies include sailing, hiking, spearfishing and other outdoor activities. Will is still involved in lacrosse and has been helping out with East Hampton's youth program whenever he can.
Will brings to the real estate business his extensive knowledge of the area and deep appreciation of all that makes the Hamptons so unique. He looks forward to using his strong work ethic to help develop a career in this place that is so special to him.
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