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Trees Lexington Board and Staff Members

Michael Potapov

Michael Potapov

Board President

Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, Michael moved to the United States in 1999..

Jean Cecil

Jean Cecil

Board Treasurer

Jean Cecil enjoyed a childhood in south central Kentucky on a farm of forest, fields and creeks....

Bill Foster

Bill Foster

Board Member

Bill Foster spent 40 plus years as a career public servant, scientific and conservation advocate...

Tyson Gregory

Tyson Gregory

Board Member

Tyson joined the Trees Lexington Board in 2023 and brings a wealth of horticulture expertise and enthusiasm.

Barry Duncil

Barry Duncil

Board Member

Bio coming soon!

Greg Doyle

Greg Doyle

Board Vice President

Greg Doyle is originally from Louisville, Kentucky, but has lived in the central Kentucky area since 1975...

Stacy Borden

Stacy Borden

Board Immediate Past President

Stacy started his career in the green industry in 1992 as a greenskeeper at the Denver Country Club...

Dave Leonard

Dave Leonard

Consulting Arborist

Dave Leonard has been promoting tree health care in Lexington, Kentucky and the Bluegrass area for 47 years...

Sally Lambert-Warfield

Sally Lambert-Warfield

Board Member

Sally Lambert-Warfield has over a decade of public service in both the non-profit and government sectors...

Amy Steele

Amy Steele

Operations Manager

Amy Steele is a tree enthusiast who brings her commitment to increasing biodiversity...

Eveline Dungan

Eveline Dungan

Board Secretary

Eveline Dungan is a German emigrant, now living in Lexington, Kentucky. She immigrated with...

Nancy Barnett

Nancy Barnett

Board Member

Nancy Barnett spent 39 years in the beauty industry. After selling her business...

Kelly S. Kennoy

Kelly S. Kennoy

Board Member

Kelly is a Lexington native who grew up climbing trees, fishing, canoeing, and riding dirt bikes...

Hannah Gray

Hannah Gray

Board Member

Bio coming soon!

Carri Lyda Lucier

Carri Lyda Lucier

Field Technician

Carri is passionate about trees for their benefits to humans and wildlife, especially in our urban environment...

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