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President & CEO
Suzanne Dixon leads the Appalachian Trail Conservancy with vision, commitment and passion for protecting the Appalachian Trail.
membership & development
Director of Data and Direct Marketing
Mark oversees direct mail and the ATC's membership database.
Associate Director of Operations, Membership and Development
Roseann oversees ATC’s membership and development operations
Major Gifts Officer
Will has over six years of experience in development and building relationships for non-profits throughout the country.
Anna processes monthly donations and assists incoming members with any questions they might have.
Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations
Chris oversees corporate partnerships, foundations, and events for ATC.
Membership and Development Coordinator
Kayla processes daily donor acknowledgements and memberships.
Information Services Manager
Laurie serves as information services manager, working out of the Harpers Ferry, West Virginia Visitor Center.
Visitor Services Representative
David is the primary point of contact for the visiting public at the ATC’s Harpers Ferry, WV visitor center, especially on weekends.
Communications & Public Relations Specialist
Becca comes to the ATC with more than 15 years of environmental and animal protection experience in the nonprofit sector.
Director of Federal Policy and Legislation
Brendan is in charge of leading ATC’s federal advocacy in DC.
Graphic & Web Design Manager
Dan oversees graphic and web design for the organization.
Visitor Services Supervisor
Jeff manages the Visitor Center in Harpers Ferry, WV.
Jordan manages public relations and the ATC's social media presence.
finance & administration
VP of Finance and Administration
Stacey oversees the organization's finances, facilities, administration, human resources, and IT needs.
Chief of Staff
Cherie executes strategic priorities and work across the entire team to drive results across the organization.
Kim oversees and processes ATC accounts receivables and specific grants.
Information Technology Project Manager
Ed is responsible for the Information Technology (IT) projects and various IT vendors supporting the ATC.
Human Resources Manager
Morgan will be serving as ATC's Human Resources Manager.
Accounting and Payroll Specialist
Sandra is the Accounting and Payroll Specialist for the ATC.
publications & fulfillment
Brian is responsible for the publications and sales programs and the archives.
Renee is one of three who works behind the scenes of the Ultimate Trail Store.
Tim assists the ATC's membership and answers questions and inquiries and provides general information.
VP of Conservation and Trail Programs
Laura joined the ATC in 2005 and became VP of Conservation and Trail Programs in 2017.
Director of Landscape Conservation
Dennis is responsible for directing the landscape conservation initiative in cooperation with local, regional and state partners.
Director of Education and Outreach
Julie is responsible for developing and directing the ATC's broader relevancy initiatives.
Central and Southwest Virginia Regional Director
A 2002 thru-hiker and regional director, Andrew takes a volunteers-first approach to Appalachian Trail management
New England Regional Director
Hawk serves as the New England Regional Director and oversees the management and protection of the Appalachian Trail in New England.
Director of South Mountain Partnership
Katie coordinates the South Mountain Partnership, which was launched in 2006.
Southern Regional Director
Conservation Stewardship Manager
Adam is the land and facilities manager for the Kellogg Conservation Center and is involved in Trail management in New England.
Land Protection Associate
Alison manages the Corridor Stewardship (Boundary) program in New England.
Trail Resources Manager
Bob works on treadway projects, programs and issues.
Chloe de Camara
Trail Education Specialist
Ridgerunner in the Smokies from March-May.
Maine Program Manager
Claire works on Appalachian Trail management, boundary, natural resources, outreach and conservation projects.
Natural Resource Specialist
Conner assists with conservation initiatives along the Appalachian Trail.
Education and Outreach Coordinator
Kathryn combines her love of the Appalachian Trail and her passion for community engagement to introduce new audiences to A.T. stewardship.
New England Office Administrator and Outreach Coordinator
Katie provides information and assistance to Appalachian Trail visitors, volunteers, and partners.
Program Director, Volunteer Relations
Leanna works to celebrate and sustain the Appalachian Trail’s volunteer management tradition
Director Science and Stewardship
Marian coordinates Natural Resource programs in the New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions.
Corridor Stewardship Coordinator
Ryan oversees the Corridor Program in the Mid-Atlantic region, working closely with volunteer monitors.
Landscape Partnership Manager
Anne assists in advancing the A.T. Landscape Partnership, a coalition of public and private entities
Brooks works with the boroughs and townships in the 11 counties through which the A.T. passes.
Josh manages the Konnarock Trail Crew and, in cooperation with the ATC's partners, completes a variety of other tasks in the Virginia area.
Resource Management Coordinator
Matt coordinates ATC's efforts in the Deep South to control invasive exotic plants, manage open areas, and monitor rare plants.
Conservation Resource Manager
Matt works with conservation in the New England region.
Resource Program Manager
Michele is the Resource Program Manager at ATC's Mid-Atlantic office.
Senior Conservation Coordinator
Sara is the Senior Conservation Coordinator for Appalachian Trail Conservancy