Host Committee

The East Coast Greenway Alliance is grateful for the leadership and guidance of an outstanding host committee for the 2020 Southeast Greenways & Trails Summit: 

  • Teena Anderson, Eastside Environmental Council
  • Keith Benjamin, City of Charleston
  • Barney Bennette, SUN Trail
  • Katie Bernier, Florida Office of Greenways and Trails
  • Robin Birdsong, SUN Trail
  • Wiatt Bowers, Florida American Planning Association and Atkins
  • Lori Boyer, City Council District 5/Incoming CEO for Jacksonville Downtown Improvement Authority
  • Caila Brown, Bike Walk Savannah
  • Denise Bunnewith, North Florida TPO
  • Nathan Burrell, Richmond (Virginia) Parks
  • Amy Crane, NE FL Community Foundation
  • Nedra Deadwyler, Civil Bikes, formerly Georgia Bikes
  • Victor Dover, Advocate, consultant
  • Kim Dulek, Georgia East Coast Greenway Committee Member
  • Kay Ehas, Groundwork Jacksonville
  • Valerie Feinberg, Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida
  • Jake Gordon, Downtown Vision, Inc.
  • Sarah Hays, South Carolina East Coast Greenway Committee Member/Ambassador
  • Kevin Hicks, Spoke'n Revolutions/East Coast Greenway Advisory Board
  • Heather Hodges, Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission
  • Patty Huff, Advocate, East Coast Greenway Advisory Board
  • Andrew Kohr, Pond
  • Terry Landreth, Georgia East Coast Greenway Committee Member
  • Atiba Mbiwan, The Zeist Foundation
  • B. Kraig McLane, Advocate, SJR2C Board
  • Matt Moldenhauer, South Carolina East Coast Greenway Committee Chair
  • Colin Moore, City of Jacksonville I Parks, Recreation and Community Services
  • Britney Moore, Florida Office of Greenways and Trails
  • Donald Morgan, Florida Office of Greenways and Trails
  • Heather Neville, Advocate, Planner
  • Floyd Phillips, GGCHCC & Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center
  • Tracie Sanchez , Georgia Trails, Advocate
  • Alan Seifert, Georgia East Coast Greenway Committee Co-Chair
  • Emily Suter, Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida
  • Iona Thomas, McAdams
  • Jennifer Wampler, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation Trails Coordinator
  • Katie Zimmerman, Charleston Moves!
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