Here's your chance to learn a little more about some of our staff members!
Place in the world you would most like to visit but have never been to: Morocco! Read more about Julie.
I am extremely fortunate to work for one the benefit of one of my greatest passions: nature. Read more about Dan.
I was initially contracted by the NC field office in 1980 to determine what was on the land in the Green Swamp (then recently donated) and what we do with it (management wise). Read more about Hervey.
My hobbies are gardening, permaculture, beekeeping, mushroom growing, African life and conservation, ecological restoration, cooking, fishing, photography and hiking. Read more about Ryan.
The Black River has the oldest cypress tree stand in the world. It is always changing, yet stays the same. It is a wonderful place to work. Read more about Angie.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of knowing you’ve just helped secure a deal to protect some land forever. Read more about Neville.
At the end of the day, I know that what I did may not seem like I accomplished a lot; but in the marathon of the work we do, I ran another mile. Read more about Mike.
My hobbies include cooking, surfing, running, gardening, sewing, etc...I could spend all day listing the things I love to do. Read more about Sara.
Lately I have been dreaming of a Southeast Asian adventure. I would love to spend time exploring Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and all throughout the region. This area has all you could ask for. Read more about Gretchen.
I taught high school biology and environmental science for four years before taking a year off to travel and explore the country via bicycling, hiking, backpacking, and sea kayaking. Read more about Megan.
My favorite TNC preserve is Bluff Mountain Preserve... It offers scenic beauty, unusual landforms and a wide variety of birds and botanicals. I especially love experiencing a Carolina hemlock forest and a southern Appalachian fen within a short distance of each other. Read more about Jennifer.
My hope is to be able to take my wife and my teenage daughters to see lions, giraffes and zebras and remind them what we will lose without protected wild places. They understand that concept, but to see it in Africa, wow! Read more about Mike.
It’s a good day for me when I make that right connection, matching a donor to the TNC initiative or opportunity that provides a transformative experience for the donor and furthers TNC’s mission to protect the land and water on which all life depends. Read more about Genevieve.
I began volunteering with the NC Chapter upon my retirement in the summer of 1996. But my wife and I have been members since 1978. Read more about Neal.
I grew up all over the developing world as my dad worked for the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Read more about Becca.