Board of Directors

 
 Jim Richards, Patience Melnik, Michael Pauley, David Dunn, Joyce Feld, Kasey Krouse, Louise Gorenflo, Ben Nanny, Rachel Beasley, Gordon Corker, Caesar Stair, Mike Perry, Tom Welborn, and David Lee.

Jim Richards, Patience Melnik, Michael Pauley, David Dunn, Joyce Feld, Kasey Krouse, Louise Gorenflo, Ben Nanny, Rachel Beasley, Gordon Corker, Caesar Stair, Mike Perry, Tom Welborn, and David Lee.

Rachel Beasley, Beasley Landscape Architects

Gordon Coker, Benefield Richters, Retired

Jim Cortese, Consulting Arborist, TIPCO

David Dunn, Cortese Tree Specialists

Joyce Feld, Scenic Knoxville

Mike Fowler, Ross / Fowler Landscape Architecture

Louise Gorenflo, Tennessee Interfaith Power and Light, Secretary

Kasey Krouse, City of Knoxville

David Lee, University of Tennessee, Retired

Patience Melnik, City of Knoxville

Michael Pauley, Knoxville Utilities Board

Mike Perry, Pinnacle Financial Partners

Jim Richards, Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum

Axel Ringe, Sierra Club, Treasurer

Caesar Stair, Retired

Tom Welborn, Trees Knoxville, Chair


Position Open

Trees Knoxville is currently accepting applications for a half-time Project Manager position. The project manager, under direction from the Trees Knoxville Board of Directors, has overall responsibility to manage projects and community education. This position requires an excitement for continuously learning and teaching about trees and their values they offer to our community. The Trees Knoxville project manager must be an energetic, experienced, and ardent leader who will work to achieve the Trees Knoxville mission through community engagement in Trees Knoxville’s tree planting, tree management, stewardship and education. Applications are due December 22, 2018. Project Manager position description.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS THE LAW

Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits federally assisted programs from discriminating based on race, color or national origin. Trees Knoxville requires that its services and programs be offered to all eligible person regardless of race, color or national origin. Should you feel you have been discriminated against, please contact:

Tom Welborn, Title VI Coordinator
Trees Knoxville                                                                                                                                      
PO Box 26313
Knoxville, TN  37912
865-356-0470
treesknoxville@gmail.com

Complaint Form Link

REPORT STATE, LOCAL FRAUD TO COMPTROLLER

Citizen are encouraged to report fraud, waste or abuse in State and Local Government by The Tennessee State Comptroller.

NOTICE:  This organization is recipient of taxpayer funding.  If you observe any person directly connected to this organization engaging in any activity related to its nonprofit work which you consider to be illegal, improper, or wasteful, please call the state Comptroller’s toll-free Hotline:

1-800-233-5454

Notification can also be submitted electronically at:  http://www.comptroller.tn.gov/hotline