“We’re excited that Charlotte is joining the team and bringing a passion for connecting people to nature. We look forward to continuing to build strong relationships with our community focused on preserving the best of Westport,” Ross Moran, Executive Director WLCT

Charlotte Hand Greeson (she/her) comes to WLCT after 10 years in grant coordination and strategic communications for the Episcopal Church. Westport’s rivers and farms have always had a place in her heart, having spent her childhood summers scrambling up the Knubble and sailing on the West Branch.

Charlotte received her Bachelor’s in Early American History from Bryn Mawr College and a Masters of Nonprofit Management from University of Central Florida. She likes nothing more than to ramble in the woods. 

Early in her career, Charlotte was an environmental educator at Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA and in Santa Monica, CA. After 25 years of frequent Navy moves, Charlotte settled at the Head in 2022. She’s thrilled to integrate her fundraising and communications background with her love of Westport’s rivers, woods, and farmlands.

Charlotte sees her role with WLCT as building connections and partnerships with the land and the people of Westport. She’s looking forward to helping the Land Trust tell the land’s story and preserve it for future generations.