Larry Levin - Executive Director
Levin brings substantial professional and community leadership experience to the position. An attorney by training, he has served in nonprofit and business management capacities in real estate, conservation and communications. He succeeds retiring Executive Director Peggy Horner.
Most recently, Levin has led his own consulting company, Larry Levin STL, LLC, and founded the digital news site STL Nonprofit News, which provides podcasts, stories and other resources about the St. Louis region’s nonprofit landscape. His past professional nonprofit work includes service as Publisher/CEO of the St. Louis Jewish Light news organization, and as St. Louis Office Director for the national Trust for Public Land.
Levin has served as board president of the Ladue Education Foundation, St. Louis Civic Orchestra and Missouri Coalition for the Environment, and has been a member of a number of other boards.
Contact Information: [email protected], 314-420-0460
Abigail Lambert, River Stewardship Manager
Abigail has worked for Ozark Land Trust since 2001. Her primary assignment is to develop and administer land and river protection in the upper Meramec River watershed. Abigail assists private landowners to find and tailor conservation tools that meet their needs and at the same time protect the natural resources of the property. Abigail was born and raised in St. Louis.
She has a bachelor's degree in Political Science from University of Arizona and a master's degree in Environmental Management from Duke University. Before returning to St. Louis and joining OLT in 2001, she served as the sole staff person with Lower Shore Land Trust in Maryland for four years. Abigail’s love of birds started in Maryland and is one of the reasons she loves working at OLT and protecting bird (and other wildlife) habitat in the Ozarks.
Gray Summit, MO
Nic Rogers, Conservation Program Manager
Nic has been with Ozark Land Trust since December 2016. A natural outdoorsman, he followed his passion and received his B.S degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology from the University of Wyoming in 2012. Following time working with the US Forest Service, Nic worked for the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation working alongside private landowners on complex projects.
He moved to Missouri in the fall of 2015, and immediately volunteered with Missouri River Relief where he is now a member of the Board of Directors. Nic enjoys the complexity of stewarding land conservation projects and he especially likes learning about the unique histories and passions of all OLT’s easement landowners.