Tree Pitts­burgh is an envi­ron­men­tal non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cat­ed to enhanc­ing com­mu­ni­ty vital­i­ty by restor­ing and pro­tect­ing the urban for­est through tree plant­i­ng and care, edu­ca­tion, advo­ca­cy, and land con­ser­va­tion. Tree Pitts­burgh is a reg­is­tered 501( c )3.


Our vision is to cre­ate a healthy urban for­est for all by inspir­ing and engag­ing peo­ple to main­tain, plant, and pro­tect trees. We believe that all peo­ple have the right to ben­e­fit from the many health, envi­ron­men­tal, and social ben­e­fits that trees pro­vide. A green­er city will cre­ate more vital com­mu­ni­ties for gen­er­a­tions to come.

Equity Statement

As an orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cat­ed to mak­ing our com­mu­ni­ty a bet­ter place to live for every­one, Tree Pitts­burgh stands against racism and hate. Tree Pitts­burgh is ded­i­cat­ed to the fair, just, and equi­table treat­ment of all races, cul­tures, nation­al ori­gins, gen­ders, gen­der iden­ti­ties, gen­der expres­sions, reli­gions, sex­u­al ori­en­ta­tions, and socioe­co­nom­ic statuses.

We believe that no one should be exclud­ed or feel unwel­comed from par­tic­i­pat­ing in envi­ron­men­tal stew­ard­ship or con­tribut­ing their voice to plans or activ­i­ties that impact their community.

You can read our full equi­ty state­ment here.

You can read our anti-racism state­ment here on our blog.

Annual Reports

Check out Tree Pitts­burgh’s most recent year­ly accom­plish­ments in our Year in Review. For a more detailed look at the orga­ni­za­tion, includ­ing our 990s, please check our Guidestar pro­file.

2022 Year in Review

2021 Year in Review

2020 Year in Review

2019 Year in Review

2018 Year in Review


Grow­ing out of cit­i­zen con­cern for the health and well­be­ing of the City’s urban for­est, mem­bers of the Pitts­burgh Shade Tree Com­mis­sion orga­nized Tree Pitts­burgh, for­mer­ly Friends of the Pitts­burgh Urban For­est, in 2006 to car­ry out fundrais­ing, edu­ca­tion, and stew­ard­ship activ­i­ties aimed at restor­ing and pro­tect­ing Pitts­burgh’s trees.

Key Mile­stones in our history:

1995 — Carnegie Mel­lon report, Pitts­burgh’s Urban For­est: Plant­i­ng for the Future, is pub­lished, out­lin­ing the declin­ing state of the urban for­est and need for action
1998 — Pitts­burgh Shade Tree Com­mis­sion (PTSC) re-established
2005 — PTSC com­mis­sions City of Pitts­burgh Street Tree Inven­to­ry and Man­age­ment Plan
2005 — PTSC launch­es ear­ly stages of the Tree Ten­der program
2006 — PTSC estab­lish­es Tree Pittsburgh
2007 — Tree Pitts­burgh pub­lish­es an iTree Streets report based on 2005 Street Tree Inven­to­ry, quan­ti­fy­ing the ben­e­fits that trees pro­vide and estab­lish­ing a cost ben­e­fit analy­sis for its care
2007 — Tree Pitts­burgh takes over Tree Ten­der program
2008 — Tree­Vi­tal­ize Pitts­burgh is launched at the West­ern PA Con­ser­van­cy in part­ner­ship with Tree Pitts­burgh, City of Pitts­burgh, Alleghe­ny Coun­ty, and PA DCNR
2010 — Urban Tree Canopy Analy­sis com­plet­ed for Alleghe­ny County
2010 — Tree Pitts­burgh estab­lish­es the Her­itage Nurs­ery, a nurs­ery where all trees are grown from local­ly col­lect­ed seed
2011 — Tree Pitts­burgh leads the cre­ation of the City of Pitts­burgh Urban For­est Mas­ter Plan, a 20-year road map aimed at pro­tect­ing and restor­ing the City’s tree canopy
2015 — West­ern PA Con­ser­van­cy and PTSC updat­ed the City’s street tree inven­to­ry and man­age­ment plan
2017 — Tree Pitts­burgh com­mis­sions a new tree canopy analy­sis 2006–2016 which shows a loss of 10,000 acres of tree canopy across Alleghe­ny County
2018 — Tree Pitts­burgh breaks ground on its new cam­pus on the Alleghe­ny Riv­er in Lawrenceville that includes the Her­itage Tree Nurs­ery, offices, work­shops, edu­ca­tion cen­ter, and out­door classroom

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    Favorite Tree

    East­ern hemlock
    (Tsuga canaden­sis)

Danielle Crum­rine
Exec­u­tive Director

For over 20 years, Danielle has worked in var­i­ous capac­i­ties in the Pitts­burgh envi­ron­men­tal com­mu­ni­ty. She has served as Tree Pitts­burgh’s Exec­u­tive Direc­tor for 15 years, where she has led the orga­ni­za­tion through sig­nif­i­cant growth — includ­ing their cur­rent effort to trans­form a for­mer steel mill site into Tree Pitts­burgh’s head­quar­ters, includ­ing a tree nurs­ery, edu­ca­tion cen­ter, and office building.

Pri­or to join­ing Tree Pitts­burgh in 2007, she was the found­ing Board Pres­i­dent and Exec­u­tive Direc­tor of Alleghe­ny Clean­Ways, a group ded­i­cat­ed to empow­er­ing peo­ple to fight ille­gal dump­ing and lit­ter­ing in Alleghe­ny County.

Danielle was named a top 40 under 40 envi­ron­men­tal leader across the state of Penn­syl­va­nia by the PA Envi­ron­men­tal Coun­cil, and in 2011, she was a Board mem­ber for the Alliance for Com­mu­ni­ty Trees — the only nation­al orga­ni­za­tion sole­ly focused on the needs of those engaged in urban forestry. In 2015, as ACTrees Pres­i­dent, she led the merg­er of ACTrees with the Arbor Day Foun­da­tion where she now sits on the Board of Trustees.

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    Favorite Tree

    Kat­sura tree
    (Cer­cidi­phyl­lum japon­icum)

Megan Hig­gins Palomo
Her­itage Nurs­ery Director

As the Her­itage Nurs­ery Direc­tor, Megan is respon­si­ble for devel­op­ing and man­ag­ing all aspects of Tree Pitts­burgh’s Her­itage Nurs­ery, which works to address the issue of for­est bio­di­ver­si­ty by grow­ing a diverse tree stock for local plant­i­ngs and ecosys­tem restora­tion efforts. Megan over­sees all prop­a­ga­tion and sales efforts, and man­ages the nurs­ery vol­un­teer pro­gram. From seed col­lec­tion to the con­tin­ued pro­duc­tion of nurs­ery stock, she works to ensure the high­est qual­i­ty stan­dards by using cur­rent best man­age­ment practices.

Pri­or to join­ing Tree Pitts­burgh in Novem­ber 2014, Megan served as the Busi­ness Devel­op­ment and Design Man­ag­er at Phipps Con­ser­va­to­ry and Botan­i­cal Gar­dens where she led the orga­ni­za­tion’s sus­tain­abil­i­ty con­sult­ing ini­tia­tives. Megan learned the nurs­ery trade by work­ing along­side her father for many years at their fam­i­ly-owned nurs­ery busi­ness, Michael Broth­ers in West Deer, PA. She earned her B.S. in Land­scape Archi­tec­ture with a con­cen­tra­tion in Hor­ti­cul­ture from Cor­nell Uni­ver­si­ty in 2007.

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    Favorite Tree

    Black gum
    (Nys­sa syl­vat­i­ca)

Jake Milof­sky
Direc­tor of Tree Care and Reforestation

As Direc­tor of Tree Care and Refor­esta­tion, Jake over­sees tree main­te­nance oper­a­tions in the field. Work­ing with vol­un­teer groups and sea­son­al staff, Jake coor­di­nates projects to keep street trees healthy in com­mer­cial and indus­tri­al por­tions of the city where there is lit­tle Tree Ten­der support.

In res­i­den­tial areas where there is Tree Ten­der sup­port, Jake works direct­ly with neigh­bor­hood Tree Ten­ders to sched­ule and sup­port their com­mu­ni­ties’ tree care through reg­u­lar events like Mulching Par­ties and Prun­ing Workshops.

Jake is also in charge of Tree Pitts­burgh’s refor­esta­tion projects along green­ways where the tree canopy has been impact­ed by inva­sive species. To advance these projects, Jake orga­nizes vol­un­teers and staff to plant new trees and main­tain these sites.

Jake holds a BA in Envi­ron­men­tal Stud­ies from Buck­nell Uni­ver­si­ty and a Mas­ter’s Degree in Envi­ron­men­tal Hor­ti­cul­ture and Eco­log­i­cal Restora­tion from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Wash­ing­ton in Seattle.

Jake is an ISA Cer­ti­fied Arborist and an active mem­ber of the Pennsylvania/Delaware Chap­ter of the ISA.

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    Favorite Tree

    White Oak
    (Quer­cus alba)

Joe Stavish
Direc­tor of Education

Joe helps to coor­di­nate the Tree Ten­der Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion cours­es for adults as well as many youth pro­grams in the com­mu­ni­ty. Joe sched­ules and/or teach­es many pro­grams includ­ing gar­den club talks, vis­its to schools, sum­mer camps, host­ing scout pro­grams, tabling at fes­ti­vals, lead­ing tree iden­ti­fi­ca­tion walks, and host­ing nurs­ery tours. He has pre­sent­ed at nation­al and region­al con­fer­ences includ­ing the Arbor Day Foun­da­tion’s Part­ners in Com­mu­ni­ty Forestry Con­fer­ence, and the Penn­syl­va­nia Delaware chap­ter of the Amer­i­can Soci­ety of Land­scape Archi­tects. He has instruct­ed facil­i­ties and grounds crew train­ings at uni­ver­si­ties includ­ing Carnegie Mel­lon Uni­ver­si­ty, Chatham Uni­ver­si­ty, and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Pitts­burgh. He is pas­sion­ate about nature and incor­po­rates insects, birds, amphib­ians, and mam­mals into many of the pro­grams he facilitates.

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    Favorite Tree

    Palm tree

Kelsey Small
Chief Finan­cial Officer

Kelsey Small is the shared Chief Finan­cial Offi­cer for the Envi­ron­men­tal Finance Col­lab­o­ra­tive with finan­cial respon­si­bil­i­ties for five orga­ni­za­tions: Alleghe­ny Coun­ty Con­ser­va­tion Dis­trict, Con­struc­tion Junc­tion, Ground­ed, Nine Mile Run Water­shed Asso­ci­a­tion and Tree Pitts­burgh. Kelsey is respon­si­ble for pro­vid­ing oper­a­tional finan­cial exper­tise and over­sight, bud­get­ing and busi­ness plan­ning, and adop­tion of best prac­tices in finan­cial management.

Most recent­ly Kelsey was the Inter­im Direc­tor of Finance and Admin­is­tra­tion for the Carnegie Muse­um of Art, where she over­saw finan­cial, fundrais­ing, and orga­ni­za­tion­al plan­ning ini­tia­tives. Kelsey holds a Mas­ter of Arts Man­age­ment Degree from Carnegie Mel­lon Uni­ver­si­ty and a Bachelor’s degree in Busi­ness from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Florida.

Out­side of the office, Kelsey enjoys explor­ing the city parks, bak­ing, and gardening.

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    Favorite Tree


Mau­ra O’Neill
Direc­tor of Devel­op­ment and Communications

As Direc­tor of Devel­op­ment and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, Mau­ra is respon­si­ble for over­see­ing fundrais­ing, grant writ­ing, com­mu­ni­ca­tions and mar­ket­ing at Tree Pitts­burgh as well as help­ing to expand our edu­ca­tion pro­grams. Pri­or to Tree Pitts­burgh, Mau­ra man­aged fundrais­ing and mar­ket­ing pro­grams at pub­lic media and health devel­op­ment organizations.

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    Favorite Tree

    Tulip Poplar
    (Liri­o­den­dron tulip­ifera)

Mag­gie Aupperlee
Mar­ket­ing and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Manager

As Man­ag­er of Mar­ket­ing and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, Mag­gie is respon­si­ble for all of Tree Pitts­burgh’s com­mu­ni­ca­tions includ­ing social media, press releas­es, and email newslet­ters. She also serves as a sup­port for devel­op­ment and fundrais­ing events.

Mag­gie came to Pitts­burgh in the fall of 2010 to par­tic­i­pate in the Pitts­burgh Urban Lead­er­ship Ser­vice Expe­ri­ence. She spent 7 years run­ning her own non­prof­it com­mu­ni­ca­tions firm, work­ing with local, region­al, and nation­al nonprofits.

When she’s not at Tree Pitts­burgh, Mag­gie is a bak­er, knit­ter, and avid out­door­swoman. You can prob­a­bly find her camp­ing in Penn­syl­va­ni­a’s state parks.

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    Favorite Tree

    (Malus sylvestris)

Kathi Radock
Oper­a­tions Manager

Kathi joined Tree Pitts­burgh in the fall of 2022 as our Oper­a­tions Man­ag­er. Her pri­ma­ry respon­si­bil­i­ty is to ensure orga­ni­za­tion­al effec­tive­ness by pro­vid­ing sup­port for the orga­ni­za­tion’s admin­is­tra­tive func­tions. Kathi also con­tributes to the devel­op­ment and imple­men­ta­tion of orga­ni­za­tion­al strate­gies, poli­cies and prac­tices, and serves a lead­ing role in inspir­ing a pos­i­tive and sup­port­ive orga­ni­za­tion­al culture.

Kathi has worked for non­prof­its in the arts, pub­lic radio, and out­door recre­ation. Most recent­ly, Kathi worked at a local com­mu­ni­ty devel­op­ment orga­ni­za­tion work­ing in com­mu­ni­ca­tions and oper­a­tions, and she brings that expe­ri­ence to Tree Pitts­burgh. She has a BA in Eng­lish and Film Studies.

In Kathi’s spare time, she loves to read, go antiquing, bike, and spend time with her wife and dog. She’s a part of her neigh­bor­hood block watch, which includes the impor­tant task of pick­ing up litter!

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    Favorite Tree

    Coast red­wood
    (Sequoia sem­per­virens)

Matt Stanko
Nurs­ery Oper­a­tions Manager

Matt joined Tree Pitts­burgh in 2019. As Nurs­ery Oper­a­tions Man­ag­er, Matt is a part of all things Her­itage Nurs­ery. This means he is instru­men­tal in trans­plant­i­ng, water­ing, and weed­ing plants as well as col­lect­ing and pro­cess­ing seeds.

Matt is an Air Force Vet­er­an and an Eagle Scout. He had 10 years of res­i­den­tial tree care and removal expe­ri­ence before join­ing Tree Pittsburgh.

When he’s not car­ing for the trees, Matt is an avid back­pack­er, cyclist, and kayaker.

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    Favorite Tree


Clara Kiton­go
One Tree Per Child Pro­gram Manager

Clara joins Tree Pitts­burgh as the Pro­gram Coor­di­na­tor for One Tree Per Child. She is a Mas­ter of Pub­lic Pol­i­cy Man­age­ment grad­u­ate from the Heinz School of Pub­lic Pol­i­cy and Infor­ma­tion Sys­tems at Carnegie Mel­lon Uni­ver­si­ty. If she looks famil­iar, that’s because Clara is actu­al­ly rejoin­ing our staff after com­plet­ing her first intern­ship here in 2010! Since then, she has gath­ered a diverse array of skills through her work­ing career as a for­mer teacher, sus­tain­abil­i­ty fel­low with the Stu­dent Con­ser­va­tion Asso­ci­a­tion, pro­gram coor­di­na­tor at CMU, and a pol­i­cy intern with the City of Pitts­burgh. She also sup­ports local vol­un­teer ini­tia­tives and is a cer­ti­fied Tree Ten­der with us! Clara is excit­ed excit­ed to take on this new pro­gram that will bring mul­ti­ple stake­hold­ers to the table to focus on the most impor­tant stake­hold­er: the chil­dren and the future of clear air in our city.

When she’s not at work, Clara loves to be out­doors. She loves to take walks in the park and ride her bike on a good sum­mer or fall evening. She is also an in-house musi­cian, so be on the look­out for some work from her soon!

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    Favorite Tree

    Quak­ing aspen
    (Pop­u­lus tremu­loides)

Loralyn Fabi­an
Tree Adop­tion Pro­gram Manager

Loralyn joined Tree Pitts­burgh in 2022 to man­age the Tree Adop­tion pro­gram, which pro­vides trees to res­i­dents of Alleghe­ny Coun­ty at no cost. Loralyn has a back­ground in com­mu­ni­ty devel­op­ment, engage­ment, and green­ing projects.

Loralyn’s love for nature start­ed at a young age, hik­ing and bik­ing with her fam­i­ly. This grew into a desire to pro­tect and restore nat­ur­al envi­ron­ments. As Tree Adop­tion Pro­gram Man­ag­er, Loralyn is able to blend her skills in plan­ning and strat­e­gy, her love of nature and the urban for­est, and her expe­ri­ence in com­mu­ni­ty engage­ments and partnerships.

Loralyn holds a BLA in Land­scape Archi­tec­ture from Penn State Uni­ver­si­ty. When she’s not at work, you can find her hik­ing and back­pack­ing, recharg­ing in nature, and spend­ing time illus­trat­ing and drawing.

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    Favorite Tree

    Shag­bark hickory
    (Carya ova­ta)

Kurt Carl­son
Facil­i­ties Manager

As Facil­i­ties Man­ag­er, Kurt does it all. He is a jack of all trades build­ing our robot lawn mow­er (yes, a robot mows our court­yard!), build­ing pot­ting bench­es for the Her­itage Nurs­ery, and gen­er­al­ly fix­ing all of the things that need to be fixed around cam­pus. Kurt has also been instru­men­tal in steer­ing Tree Pitts­burgh toward a zero-waste facility.

Through­out Kurt’s pro­fes­sion­al career, he has worked as a writer and edi­tor for Thrash­er Mag­a­zine, com­put­er mag­a­zines, and even video game instruc­tion man­u­als. He began to use his var­ied skillset to fix peo­ples’ hous­es, which led him to join Tree Pittsburgh.

Kurt enjoys camp­ing, play­ing board and card games, and doing house projects when he’s not at Tree Pittsburgh.

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    Favorite Tree

    Coast red­wood
    (Sequoia sem­per­virens)

Jamie Gruzin­s­ki
Tree Care and Refor­esta­tion Project Coordinator

As the Tree Care and Refor­esta­tion Project Coor­di­na­tor, Jamie trains sea­son­al field staff and man­ages com­mu­ni­ty tree care and plant­i­ng projects. With inter­ests in urban forestry and ter­res­tri­al ecol­o­gy, Jamie pro­vides a unique per­spec­tive in the effort to grow Pittsburgh’s urban forest.

Jamie orig­i­nal­ly joined Tree Pitts­burgh in 2016 as a sea­son­al mem­ber of the Sum­mer Tree Care Crew, but his role devel­oped into a long-term posi­tion as a Pro­gram Assis­tant. He briefly left Tree Pitts­burgh in 2019 to gain more expe­ri­ence in arbori­cul­ture, but is now back to train the next gen­er­a­tion of arborists and neigh­bor­hood Tree Tenders.

Jamie holds a BS in Envi­ron­men­tal Biol­o­gy from Clar­i­on Uni­ver­si­ty with work expe­ri­ence in mul­ti­ple dis­ci­plines that span across non­prof­its, pri­vate busi­ness­es, and city government.

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    Favorite Tree

    Euro­pean Cop­per Beech
    (Fagus syl­vat­i­ca)

Kelsey Mun­sick
Com­mu­ni­ty Tree Specialist

Kelsey joined Tree Pitts­burgh in 2021 as the Com­mu­ni­ty Tree Spe­cial­ist. In this role, Kelsey plays a big role in our ReLeaf pro­grams. She works with com­mu­ni­ty groups to con­nect, work togeth­er, and imple­ment projects towards big­ger ReLeaf goals.

Pri­or to work­ing with Tree Pitts­burgh, Kelsey was an Alleghe­ny Coun­ty Park Ranger. In her role as an edu­ca­tion­al inter­pre­tive ranger, her role was to lead hikes and trail projects, includ­ing tree plant­i­ng projects with Tree Pitts­burgh. Her intern­ship with Grey Tow­ers His­tor­i­cal site with the US For­est Ser­vice inspired her to pur­sue a career in envi­ron­men­tal con­ser­va­tion. She holds a bach­e­lor’s degree in Parks and Recre­ation from Cal­i­for­nia Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia, and a mas­ter’s degree in Park & Resource Man­age­ment from Slip­pery Rock University.

When she’s not in the com­mu­ni­ty work­ing on trees, she enjoys gar­den­ing, tak­ing her dog for walks in South Park, and serv­ing as the cap­tain for her Rag­nar run­ning team.

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    Favorite Tree

    Red maple
    (Acer rubrum)

Maeve Raf­fer­ty
Edu­ca­tion Coordinator

Maeve serves as Tree Pitts­burgh’s Edu­ca­tion Coor­di­na­tor, but this isn’t her first time on staff! Her cur­rent role, which began in 2021, involves cre­at­ing edu­ca­tion­al pro­gram­ming and sup­port­ing edu­ca­tion efforts across all Tree Pitts­burgh pro­grams. Pre­vi­ous­ly, Maeve has worked in our Her­itage Nurs­ery for 5 years and on the win­ter prun­ing crew for 2.

Maeve stud­ied envi­ron­men­tal biol­o­gy at Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Dublin and spent a decade work­ing in nature con­ser­va­tion in North­ern Ire­land. She moved to Pitts­burgh in 2010 and was drawn to the city’s trees.

Out­side of the office, Maeve enjoys learn­ing more about the diver­si­ty of plant life by hik­ing in the forests, fields, and off-beat­en paths in Pitts­burgh. She’s also an active mem­ber of the Lawrenceville Tree Ten­ders and helps to main­tain the Lawrenceville Tree Park.

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    Favorite Tree

    Tulip poplar
    (Liri­o­den­dron tulip­ifera)

Devin Ehrlich
Urban For­est Technician

Devin spends his days at Tree Pitts­burgh out­side, plant­i­ng and car­ing for young trees across Alleghe­ny Coun­ty. As our Urban For­est Tech­ni­cian, he sup­ports all of our tree care and tree plant­i­ng pro­grams, includ­ing One Tree Per Child and activ­i­ties with­in our ReLeaf communities.

Devin comes to Tree Pitts­burgh after com­plet­ing the Hor­ti­cul­ture Tech­nol­o­gy Pro­gram at Bid­well Train­ing Cen­ter and an extern­ship at Beech­wood Farms. He’s always been inter­est­ed in nature, start­ing with his time at sum­mer camp. Work­ing at Tree Pitts­burgh pro­vides Devin the oppor­tu­ni­ty to get out in the city and get­ting to know it bet­ter, and to explore new places.

Devin loves to spend his free time hik­ing and read­ing about nature and phi­los­o­phy. He is a stu­dent of life.

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    Favorite Tree

    Tulip poplar
    (Liri­o­den­dron tulipifera)

Alliy Gund­lach
Her­itage Nurs­ery Seed Technician

Alliy joins the team as our Seed Tech­ni­cian in the Her­itage Nurs­ery. Alliy col­lects all of the tree and shrub seeds for our nurs­ery pro­gram. She scouts new col­lec­tion loca­tions, col­lects seeds respon­si­bly, and cat­a­logs them appro­pri­ate­ly. She also cleans and pre­pares seeds for strat­i­fi­ca­tion and plant­i­ng in the spring.

Alliy’s back­ground includes a con­ser­va­tion biol­o­gy degree from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cen­tral Flori­da. She has worked for the US Fish & Wildlife Ser­vice and The Nature Con­ser­van­cy doing plant stud­ies. She then came back to Pitts­burgh and spent time in retail grow­ing before join­ing our team right at the start of the busy seed col­lec­tion season!

When she’s not at the office, Alliy spends time play­ing in the moun­tains includ­ing adven­ture sports, climb­ing, back­pack­ing, and endurance runs. She also enjoys veg­etable gardening.

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    Favorite Tree

    East­ern hemlock
    (Tsuga canaden­sis)

Ter­ra Nonack
Event Rental Coordinator

Ter­ra is a famil­iar face around Tree Pitts­burgh, hav­ing worked in var­i­ous capac­i­ties before tak­ing on the role of Event Rental Coor­di­na­tor. Ter­ra meets with every inter­est­ed rental client and han­dles all book­ing, staffing, and coor­di­na­tion of ven­dor dropoffs and pick­ups. Along with Kurt, Ter­ra has steered us toward zero waste in the office as well as pro­vid­ing that oppor­tu­ni­ty for event rentals as well. She also plays anoth­er cru­cial role on staff: keep­ing our build­ing clean!

Ter­ra is a Mas­ter Gar­den­er, who used to grow and sell her own organ­ic pro­duce at farmer’s mar­kets. She has a pas­sion for sus­tain­abil­i­ty, hav­ing lived on a sus­tain­able farm grow­ing up. Through her expe­ri­ence in the ser­vice indus­try, she devel­oped a pas­sion for tak­ing care of peo­ple and mak­ing sure peo­ple have what they need.

Out­side of work, she enjoys gar­den­ing, camp­ing, hik­ing, and hang­ing out with her kids.

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    Favorite Tree

    White oak
    (Quer­cus alba)

Mas­cot, Greeter, All-Around Fun Briner

Oak­lee start­ed at Tree Pitts­burgh in the fall of 2017, help­ing with fam­i­ly sto­ry time at Arbor Aid and Paw­paw Fest. At Tree Pitts­burgh, it’s Oak­lee’s job to make events more fun. Some might say Oak­lee is just a mas­cot, but we know Oak­lee brings so much more to the orga­ni­za­tion. Be on the look­out for Oak­lee at Tree Pitts­burgh events around Alleghe­ny County!

A native of the oak trees on Flagstaff Hill in Schen­ley Park, Oak­lee recent­ly moved to Lawrenceville to work for Tree Pitts­burgh. In their spare time, Oak­lee climbs trees, jumps fences, and eats nuts and berries.

Board of Directors

  • Michael Zimmerman

    Man­ag­er & Assis­tant Gen­er­al Coun­sel, Reg­u­la­to­ry Law, Duquesne Light Company

  • Anne Franks

    (Ret.) Exec­u­tive Direc­tor, Insti­tu­tion­al Advance­ment, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pittsburgh

  • Darla Cravotta

    Direc­tor of Com­mu­ni­ty Rela­tions and Spe­cial Projects, Office of Alleghe­ny Coun­ty Exec­u­tive Rich Fitzgerald

  • Wes Kanawalsky

    Project Man­ag­er, Sus­tain­abil­i­ty at FedEx

  • Matthew Plecity, AIA, ASLA

    Vice Chair
    Asso­ciate Prin­ci­pal, GBBN Architects

  • Justin Berk

    Asso­ciate, Real Estate Invest­ment Banking
    Schnei­der Downs Cor­po­rate Finance

  • Kevin Gieder

    Prin­ci­pal, Kevin Gieder Consulting

  • Eric Milliron

    Man­ag­er of Eco­nom­ic Devel­op­ment, Munic­i­pal­i­ty of Mt. Lebanon

  • Mary Ellen Ramage

    Bor­ough Man­ag­er, Bor­ough of Etna

  • Isabela-Cajiao Angelelli, MD

    Pediatrician/Assistant Pro­fes­sor, UPMC Chil­dren’s Hospital
    Cofounder, One Tree Per Child Pittsburgh

  • Sam E. Chan

    Assis­tant Direc­tor of Sus­tain­abil­i­ty, Office of Sus­tain­abil­i­ty, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pittsburgh

  • Tony Igwe

    Senior Group Man­ag­er — Stormwa­ter, Pitts­burgh Water & Sew­er Authority

  • John Oliverio

    Exec­u­tive Vice Pres­i­dent, Human Resources, True­Sense Marketing

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