Tina Johnson, Forestry Associate, jhnson@mae
Tina joined MACED's staff in 2002 as a part-time accounting assistant.
has transitioned many times since then, serving on the operations team and coordinating MACED
's information technology.
now serves on the forestry team, where she
helps encourage private landowners to practice sustainable forestry.
Tina studied art history at Berea College, where she worked as a public relations photographer.
also attended Eastern Kentucky University studying nursing.
Her professional background includes work with the Brushy Fork Institute and Planned Parenthood.
Tina serves on the council for Kentucky Heartwood, a nonprofit volunteer group committed to restoring and protecting Kentucky's native forests.
was recently awarded the Heartwood Hellbender award for her
commitment to forest advocacy and service as a volunteer.
She is a member of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and supports local food production efforts.
Tina lives in Berea
partner Jim and their four children, Percy, Zaida, Chris and Sylvia.