Siobhan Noland is the Development Assistant at The Land Conservancy of New Jersey.  Her primary responsibility is grant writing. She also writes reports to funders, membership letters, and other communiques.  Siobhan serves as a liaison to the board of trustees and assists at fundraising events like the annual Gray Cup, expediting registration, record keeping, and communicating with vendors. She supports the President and Vice President of Programs by proofreading and editing documents, onboarding new employees and interns, meeting and event planning, and general office management.

Siobhan holds a BA in psychobiology and a MS in environmental science.  She is a member of the South Orange Environmental Commission and wrangles over 500 volunteers at the annual South Orange River Day cleanup event.

Before coming to the Conservancy, Siobhan worked at the headquarters of the National Audubon Society and in the Environmental Grantmaking Department of the David and Lucille Packard Foundation in Los Altos, California.

Siobhan’s favorite acre: The South Mountain Reservation