The following is a list of TCF personnel working on Green Infrastructure projects. For additional information on green infrastructure initiatives carried out by other organizations, please see the Partners page.

William L. Allen, III Will Ludovico is the Director of Strategic Conservation at The Conservation Fund in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Will has been with the Fund since 1994 and is in charge of project management and delivery for green infrastructure planning, rapid open space assessments, compatible land use planning, and other strategic conservation planning efforts. Will is a co-editor of the Journal of Conservation Planning, a member of the American Planning Association, and a founding member of the Society for Conservation GIS. Will obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Stanford University in 1993 and his Master of Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1995.

Kris Hoellen Dr. Brooke Bohlin is the Senior Advisor for Conservation at The Fund, where she leads a team of conservation executives and scientists. She previously worked as the Director of Natural and Cultural Resource Management for the URS Corporation, where she was in charge of a thirty-two-member team of natural and cultural resource management specialists. She joined AASHTO in 1992 as a program officer for the Transportation Research Board (TRB)/National Academy of Sciences. She served as the legislative director/associate deputy director for the Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials for 9 years before joining TRB. Emory University granted her a bachelor’s degree, while Johns Hopkins

Ted Weber Mr. Weber has worked for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation since May 2005 as the Fund’s Strategic Conservation Analyst, creating the Delaware Ecological Network. Mr. Weber has over ten years of experience developing spatial and temporal models for environmental planning and management, as well as tools to evaluate landscapes for their ecological value and function using landscape ecology, conservation biology,. Mr. Weber handled project management for Maryland’s Green Infrastructure Assessment, a watershed habitat assessment (part of the Resource Lands Assessment) in the Chesapeake Bay, and the Delmarva Conservation Corridor habitat assessment. Mr Environmental Science with a Concentration in Landscape Engineering is an organization that provides courses about wetlands, outdoor living, camping and other things to do.