Jill keeps the ball rolling in the office and makes sure the i's are dotted and the t's are crossed. An organizational guru, she keeps Matt functioning seamlessly and manages the rest of us to ensure all of our needs are met. Despite knowing that chaos is natural and order is imposed, Jill still loves nature.
Since Lesley manages the books, she knows money doesn't grow on trees. She's also our grant writer and is eager to get more trees in the ground. As a mother, Lesley loves to enjoy nature with her two sons and wants to give back to the environment, particularly in places that need it most.
Beth is our resident Aussie, who looks after our tree projects and partnerships in Australia and Asia. After 2 years with the team in North America, she's now back home among the gum trees in Sydney. In a region that's on the front lines of climate change, Beth is excited to be making a positive impact.
Taviana is responsible for managing our tree planting projects in Canada and Africa. Having spent many Canadian summers in the bush as an experienced tree planter to working on smallholder farms in Eastern Africa, she is a huge advocate of getting more trees in the ground!
Alex believes that we can scientifically thrive with nature by joining forces with bold mission driven folks to reforest where needed most. Growing up catching frogs and snakes in the Ramapo Mountains of New Jersey Alex is driven to connect us to the right partners and donors to make this decade what it must be: regenerative.
After nearly 15 years as a member of the Montreal Canadiens' marketing department, Dave manages One Tree Planted's sports industry partnerships and contributes to the planning of the charity's events. As a hobby woodworker, he loves trees and feels fortunate to be able to positively impact the environment by helping put trees in the ground.
After graduating in environmental studies and education at the University of California Santa Barbara, Lauren is our coordinator and curator for our environmental school curriculum. Lauren wants to encourage the next generation to take better care of the environment!