Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 22, 2019 – North Florida Land Trust is pleased to announce that Genevieve Day has joined the organization as operations manager. This is a new position at the not-for-profit who added Day to the team to assist both the operations and development teams. Day will be responsible for a number of duties including managing office operations and assisting the operations director with various financial data. She will also assist the development director and development officer with event logistics, manage donor data and help with other development-related tasks.
Day has a history working in conservation and preservation and most recently served as operations manager for the Timucuan Parks Foundation. She earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of North Florida. While in college, she worked as a park guide in the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. She also previously worked with the Jacksonville Public Library.
Day is currently working on her Florida Master Naturalist certificate and serves as secretary on the North Florida Master Naturalists board. Day, a resident of Riverside, is also an avid hiker and volunteers with the Florida Trail Association.
NFLT added the new operations manager position to assist with the organization’s growing workload. Over the last five years, NFLT has continued to increase the number of acres they have preserved and have expanded their focus areas to include the majority of counties in north Florida.
About North Florida Land Trust
North Florida Land Trust is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to protect the natural resources, historic places and working lands (farms and ranches) throughout north Florida. Founded in 1999, NFLT has preserved tens of thousands of acres of land through donation or purchase of land as well as conservation easements. NFLT is funded largely by private and corporate contributions and works closely with willing landowners and public agencies at all levels of government, not-for-profit partners, and foundations. For more information, visit nflt.org.