Amy May, Executive Director, amy@treeutah.org

Amy developed her love of trees as a child growing up in Wisconsin. After working a summer job in the mountains of Colorado during college, she knew her future was out west. She fell in love with Utah a few years later, and between Moab and Salt Lake City, has called it home ever since. She discovered the fun of volunteering with TreeUtah in 2002, and has led TreeUtah since 2017. She’s passionate about the environment, ecology and bringing communities together through plantings.

 

Arly Landry, Education and Volunteer Coordinator, arly@treeutah.org

Arly is originally from Gunnison, Colorado but fell in love with Utah when she did her undergrad at Westminster College. Arly graduated with a bachelors degree in Environmental Science and worked at Great Salt Lake Institute and the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory doing environmental education before she joined TreeUtah. Arly brings to TreeUtah a love for science & art as well as 12 years of experience working with youth. When not planting trees or working with Utah youth, Arly can be found biking, climbing or skiing in the Wasatch.

 

Ian Piesner, Planting Coordinator, ian@treeutah.org

Ian grew up in Michigan and has lived in Utah for nearly twenty years.  He earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Humanities from the University of Utah in 2015.  He has a deep love for the landscape and a passion for reviving people’s knowledge of and connection to the places and communities they spend their time.

 

Codi Schreck, Administrative Assistant, codi@treeutah.org

Codi was born in Salt Lake City and has called it home her whole life.  She graduated from the University of Utah with an English degree and when not working part-time with TreeUtah is busy with her two children.  Codi and her husband share a hobby of collecting Japanese Maples and have over 20 varieties in their yard.