NAOP Board

Lane Addonizio

New York, NY
As Associate Vice President for Planning at the Central Park Conservancy, Lane Addonizio oversees research and analysis for park wide and project planning, and collaborates with the Vice President for Planning, Design & Construction on the development and management of the program of work for the Park’s ongoing restoration and reconstruction.  Lane is the author of the Report on the Public Use of Central Park, the most comprehensive study of the Park’s use in its more than 150-year history, which was published by the Conservancy in 2011.

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Christopher T. Bayley

Seattle, WA
Chris Bayley is the co-founder of Stewardship Partners and Chairman of Dylan Bay Consulting. He has been active in the Seattle community for 45 years. He began his law career in 1966 as an associate attorney with Lane, Powell, Moss & Miller, then worked under Attorney General Slade Gorton as the Deputy Attorney General and Chief of the Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division. In 1970, Christopher was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney and served until 1979. He then became Partner in Charge of Public Finance at the Perkins Coie law firm.

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Ethan Carr, PhD

Amherst, MA
Ethan Carr, PhD, FASLA, is an associate professor of landscape architecture at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a landscape historian and preservationist specializing in public landscapes, particularly municipal and national park planning and design. His two award-winning books, Wilderness by Design (1998) and Mission 66: Modernism and the National Park Dilemma (2007) describe the twentieth-century history of planning and design in the U.S. national park system as the context for considering its future management.

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Daniel Chartier

Montréal, Québec Province, Canada
Daniel Chartier has worked as a landscape architect for the City of Montréal Parks Department for more than 32 years, planning numerous large-size public green spaces. Since 1991 he has worked almost exclusively on the restoration of Mount Royal to ensure that the planning process better corresponds with Olmsted's original intentions.

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Julie Crockford

Jamaica Plain, MA
Julie Crockford has served as President and Executive Director of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, a public private partnership, since 2007. The Conservancy, founded in 1998, brings people together to renew, enliven and advocate for the Emerald Necklace park system in Boston and Brookline designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Under her leadership, the organization has expanded its stewardship capacity, doubling the number of volunteers for the parks and launching an environmental education and summer employment program for city youth, among other initiatives.

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Philip M. Cuthbertson

Atlanta, GA
Phil is the founder and former executive Director of the Grant Park Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Atlanta's oldest existing public park (Olmsted Brothers development plan commissioned 1903).  He is currently completing a book on Grant Park, including the park and surrounding area, as part of the "Images of America" series published by Arcadia Press.  He is also researching several other titles in this series.

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M. Eliza Davidson

Seattle, WA
Eliza is a consulting arborist, landscape designer and licensed architect. She is the Principal of Arbutus Design LLC, a multidisciplinary practice offering landscape and urban forestry services. Since 1996, Eliza has authored long-term vegetation management plans for several Olmsted heritage parks in Seattle, including Green Lake, Seward, Interlaken and Volunteer Parks, and the WA State Capitol. She holds a Master of Architecture degree from North Carolina State University and a Master of Forest Resources in Urban Horticulture from University of Washington.

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Rolf Diamant

Woodstock, VT
Rolf Diamant recently retired as superintendent of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park after a career focused on advancing forward-thinking policies and programs in the national park system. He has recently joined the faculty of the University of Vermont and is writing and lecturing on the Olmsteds, conservation history and U.S. national park system.

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Robert E. Doyle

Oakland, CA
Robert E. Doyle is General Manager of the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) in the San Francisco Bay area, the largest local park district in the United States serving a diverse population of users in an urban interface setting, with 15 million visitors per year to its 66 parks and 1,200 miles of trails on 112,000 acres of open space.

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Sarah Earley

Bloomfield Hills, MI
In the process of completing course work in landscape design, Sarah Earley realized that her adopted hometown of Detroit, Mi held one of the unpolished gems of Frederick Law Olmsted's portfolio of urban parks. Having been born in Boston, and lived in cities across the U.S., including New York, she was quite familiar with Olmsted’s body of work. Concerned that too few Detroiters recognized the historic and cultural significance of Olmsted's only "island" park in the Detroit River between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, in 2004 she founded the Belle Isle Women's Committee. That organization raises funds on a project basis to help restore and preserve Belle Isle. She mobilized influential women across Southeast Michigan to raise awareness of the need to preserve this gem.

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