Ken works with the Board of Directors to develop and implement a variety of programs which protect and conserve the natural resources and special places of Indian River County. Ken has a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture from the State College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York and a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from the University of Buffalo. He previously managed the New York State Farmland Protection Program and before that was Director of Land Protection for the Columbia Land Conservancy in the Hudson River Valley. Ken most recently served as the President of the Alliance of Florida Land Trusts, and on the City of Sebastian Natural Resources Board.
Ann is a valued marketing and development resource to the Land Trust, having come from a highly-successful and diversified marketing and advertising management career serving a Fortune-50 clientele. Combining marketing savvy with strong brand strategies and development techniques, Ann consistently produces strong ROIs to meet the funding needs of the Land Trust. A native of Haverford, Pennsylvania, Ann is thrilled to share her passion for saving the Lagoon and the surrounding land, insuring that our community remains the most treasured destination on the east coast of Florida.
Dave joined the Land Trust in February 2019. He has a strong environmental ethic and has an extensive background in environmental and natural resources. He has worked in fisheries science, wetland restoration and management, watershed planning and management, and water and environmental quality control. He relocated from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with his family. He holds a B.A. in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia and a M.S. in Marine Resource Management from Oregon State University. A Florida native, Dave is excited to play a strong role in natural resource conservation as part of the IRLT team.
A Baltimore native, Lois moved to Sebastian Florida in 2007, seeking a simpler life, warmer weather and expanded offshore fishing opportunities. With 30 years of administrative experience in the Baltimore-Washington corridor (11 years directly in the non-profit sector), Lois brings a solid base of skills to the Land Trust, ensuring accuracy and organization in database functions.
Leslie Johnson London is a Vero Beach native and graduate of Vero Beach High School. She is married and has three children. After living in Atlanta, Coral Springs, Cork Ireland Leslie made her way back to Vero Beach in 2004. In Atlanta, she worked as a Real Estate Paralegal for 8 years and in Fort Lauderdale she worked for Franklin Templeton as the Developed Markets Assistant for their Trading Desk. She recently left Riverside Children's Theatre as the Assistant to the Director to join Indian River Land Trust. Leslie has a BA in Psychology from Mercer University; a paralegal certification from the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta and is a licensed Realtor. Being born in Vero and spending much of her time on the Indian River Lagoon has made Leslie very aware of the importance of protecting and preserving our land and water ways. She is very excited to be part of the team for Indian River Land Trust.