Leadership Team

The garden is a student-run project with a Leadership Team spearheading organizational efforts.  The team includes the following positions and students.

2013-2014 Leadership Team:

  • Garden Assistants: Holly Mayton, Libby Lyon
  • Team Members: Richad Becker, Cassandra Cosans, Emilia Gore, Caroline Herre, Rebecca Hinch, Love Johnson, Holly Mayton, Ida Yu, Ava Lonegarn, William Rogers, Anna Bickers
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(Some leaders, some not – all gardeners!)

2012-2013 Leadership Team:

  • Garden Manager:   Payton May
  • Garden Assistants:  Claire Hitchins, Sarah Steely
  • Team Members: Rachel Bender, Richad Becker, Alex Breeden, Greg King, Libby Lyon, Holly Mayton, Rowan Sprague, Ida Yu

2011-2012 Leadership Team:

  • Garden Manager:   Gina DiCicco
  • Garden Assistants:  Hannah Barefoot, Claire Hitchins
  • Team Members:  Maggie Graham, Greg King, Libby Lyon, Lucas Lyons, Holly Mayton, Rowan Sprague, Sarah Steely, Ida Yu

2010-2011 Leadership Team:

  • Garden Manager:   Sara Teaster
  • Garden Assistants:  Michelle Rehme, Hannah Barefoot
  • Outreach:  Maggie Graham
  • Team Members:  Claire Hitchins, Rowan Sprague, Chelsea Dewitt, Ben Chrisinger

2009-2010 Leadership Team:

  • Garden Manager:   Dana Smith
  • Treasurer/Fundraiser:  Meredith Wynne
  • UVa Outreach:  Hannah Barefoot
  • Community Outreach:  Maggie Graham
  • Garden Assistants:  Wynnie Long, Michelle Rehme (Spring), Graham Evans
Student Leaders at Groundbreaking

Student Leaders at Groundbreaking

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