Officers & Board of Directors

 
Elected April 29, 2021

Officers

  • Amy Johanson, President (Evergreen)

  • James Wolf, Vice President (Wyman Park)

  • Leah Rossmann, VP for Membership and Development (Wyman Park)

  • Travers Nelson, Treasurer (Roland Park)

  • Elaine Doyle-Gillespie,  Secretary (Hampden)

Capital Planning Committee

  • Mary Page Michel, Chair

  • Anne Perkins, Co-Chair

 

Communications & Outreach Committee

  • Amy Johanson, Chair

  • Leah Rossmann, Co-Chair

 

Maintenance & Stewardship Committee

  • Travers Nelson, Chair

  • James Wolf, Co-Chair

 

Planting Advisory Committee

  • Jeff Dube, Chair

 

Science & Education Committee

  • Tom Gamper (Charles Village), Chair

  • Emily Jagusch (Roland Park), Co-Chair

 

Board

  • Ann-Barron Carneal (Roland Park)

  • Janet Felsten (Roland Park)

  • Emily Jagusch (Roland Park) 

  • Jenny Katz (Hampden)

  • Mary Page Michel (Roland Park)

  • Betsy Rutherford (Homeland)

  • Anching Tang (Hampden)

  • Peter Wayner (Wyndhurst) 

  • Brian Weeks (Tuscany-Canterbury)

  • Taylor Casalena (Loyola University, Ex-Officio)

  • Jonathan Dandois (JHU, Ex-Officio)

  • Josh Ratner (Friends School, Ex-Officio)

 

Emeritus Board Members

  • Tom Gamper (Charles Village)
  • Alice Greely-Nelson (Stone Hill)
  • Craig Huntley (Heathbrook)
  • Ray Iturralde (Wyman Park)
  • Anne Perkins (Tuscany-Canterbury)

  • Sandy Sparks (Charles Village)

Neighborhoods

Friends of Stony Run is a collaboration across more than 15 neighborhoods in north Baltimore City.

  • Blythewood

  • Evergreen

  • Guilford

  • Hampden

  • Homeland South

  • Keswick

  • Roland Park

  • Remington

  • Stone Hill

  • The Orchards

  • Tuscany-Canterbury

  • Woodbrook

  • Wyman Park

  • Wyman Park South

  • Wyndhurst

  • Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus

Our Partners

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Blue Water Baltimore’s mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore’s rivers, streams and harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy, and thriving communities.

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The Alliance brings together communities, companies, and conservationists to improve our lands and waters. 

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Baltimore Weed Warriors is a city-wide program that was developed to maintain the health of Baltimore’s urban forest. Certified Weed Warriors are environmental stewards trained in non-native invasive (NNI) plant management; they host volunteer events in parks all around the city to help protect trees, people, and biodiversity.

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TreeBaltimore serves as the umbrella organization for all City agencies, private organizations and individuals in their effort to increase the tree canopy of Baltimore.

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Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.

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​The Baltimore Area Council (BAC) is an independent not-for-profit entity responsible for delivering Scouting programs to young people in Baltimore City and the five surrounding counties.
Although supported with resources from the Boy Scouts of America National Office, the BAC is governed by a local board of directors and has its own bank accounts, investments and assets such as Broad Creek Memorial Scout Reservation and the Schapiro Scout Service Center. The council delivers the Scouting program through dedicated volunteer leadership in our 12 districts throughout Central Maryland.

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The Patterson Park Audubon Center's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of Baltimore communities and the Earth’s biological diversity.

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Founded in 1979, Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is a non-partisan, 501 (c)(4) known as the political voice for the environment.

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The Johns Hopkins President’s Day of Service is an annual one-day community service event held in the fall. Undergraduate students work closely with the Center for Social Concern to plan and organize the entire event. We often work with non-profit organizations and community centers which already have lasting commitments to provide and care for the residents of Baltimore. This event strives to thank those organizations for their great work by putting our volunteers right there beside them.