Program Coordinator, Teen Urban Tree Corps
Ashley graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2016 with a degree in Natural Resources Conservation. After graduating, Ashley worked in forest health at both the state and federal level for two years. In 2018 she switched into urban forestry and worked on the Greening the Gateway Cities Program as a community outreach coordinator in Leominster, MA. Ashley plans to start attend Clark University this fall to start a doctoral program in Geography.
Team Leader, Teen Urban Tree Corps
In May Logan graduated from Simmons University (yes, same name!) with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science and Sustainability and wrote his senior thesis about the importance of urban trees for mitigating climate change. Last semester he interned at Speak for the Trees where he created an inventory of tree hearings in Boston and organized a tree walk in Roslindale. This summer he looks forward to helping Speak for the Trees improve Bostons urban forest and learn to identify some trees along the way. His passions include environmental and social justice, urban ecology, and habitat conservation. Logan was born and raised in a small town in central Massachusetts and hopes to start his career working to protect green habitats and wildlife around the state.