Donna Coble

Executive Director

Donna joined Forest ReLeaf in 2010, bringing with her over 25 years’ experience in business administration and nonprofit leadership. She holds a Masters in Public Administration from St. Louis University. Her responsibilities include overseeing Forest ReLeaf’s forestry programs and services, supervising staff and working closely with the Board of Trustees to carry out strategic plans in support of our mission. Donna manages the day to day office operations and oversees all fundraising and marketing activities.

Amy Klein

Development & Marketing Manager

Amy joined Forest ReLeaf in 2016 and has a background in marketing and event planning. Her responsibilities include grant writing, social media, communications, and event coordination. Amy holds a Bachelors Degree in Communications from Edgewood College in Madison, WI and an MBA in Marketing from Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

Liana Kopp

Volunteer Programs Coordinator

Liana has been with Forest Releaf since 2017. She attended York College of Pennsylvania where she received a bachelor’s in International Relations with a double minor in Geography and Environmental Studies. As Volunteer Programs Coordinator, Liana’s responsibilities include community outreach, volunteer coordination, and managing the Missouri Forestkeepers Network.

Scott Francis

Forestry Programs Manager

Scott has been with Forest ReLeaf since 2017. A Florissant, MO native, he attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ where he received a Bachelors in Forestry. Upon graduation, Scott worked as Forester for the USDA Forest Service on the Kaibab National Forest before becoming the Supervisory District Forester for the Mogollon Rim Ranger District on the Coconino National Forest. As Forestry Programs Manager, Scott’s responsibilities include managing the nursery, working with volunteers and teaching forestry related classes throughout the year.

Tom Ebeling

Community Forester

Tom has been with Forest ReLeaf since 2016. He Attended the University of Missouri, Columbia where he received a Bachelors in Urban Forestry and a Minor in Plant Sciences. As Community Forester, Tom’s responsibilities include community outreach and education, volunteer coordination, oversight of the Plant MOre Trees app, and assisting with forestry programs operation. He also teaches Forestry related courses throughout the year.
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