Amy M. Gaddy
Stewardship Director, Certified Forester
Piedmont Office: 256-447-1006

Amy Gaddy was raised on a dairy farm in Charleston, Tennessee and now resides in Jacksonville, Alabama. She obtained her B.S. and M.S. in Forest Resource Management from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. While completing her degrees, Amy worked in the Department’s Stand Dynamics Research Lab. She also worked for the USDA. Forest Service’s Southern Research Station’s Forest Inventory and Analysis Unit. Prior to Amy’s employment with the Land Trust, she was the Staff Forester for a private company in East Tennessee, managing all forestry activities on their 72,000 acres. She is a Certified Forester, Registered Forester in Alabama, and is active in Tree Farm, serving as the Piedmont District Inspector in Alabama.

Amy has been employed with the Georgia-Alabama Land Trust since April 2013 and currently serves as Stewardship Director. In this role, Amy is responsible for supervising the annual monitoring program, stewardship of conservation easements and lands held in fee simple, landowner relationship building, and management of the baseline documentation reports of working conservation easements. Amy enjoys traveling with her husband, canning, camping, and spending time with family and friends.