Please welcome our new campaign manager

We would like to introduce Laura Livadas, the newest member of the Solano Land Trust team. Laura’s energy and connections in the community make her the perfect person to spearhead a new campaign that will expand and share our vision of the Solano County lifestyle and provide access to nature for all.

“We are thrilled to have Laura join our team.” says Nicole Braddock, executive director. “As our new comprehensive campaign manager, she brings a dynamic twist to the organization.”

Laura brings over 25 years of business experience, including 4 years in the United States Air Force and 15 years in the wine industry. She comes from Vezer Family Vineyard where she served as their vice president of operations.

So far, Laura is impressed. “I am floored by the passion of our supporters whose generous contributions and countless volunteer hours are staggering. It’s evident people truly care about local land conservation and support this organization. I’m excited to be part of a dedicated leadership team and serve our community,” she says.

One of her projects will be to facilitate the progress of opening  Rockville Trails Preserve to the public, including the development of over 10 miles of trails. The trails will also include a low-mobility loop for an easy walk to our scenic view of Rockville and Suisun Valley. By making this natural land accessible for all, we can achieve our goal of serving the whole community.

Laura is also developing a new and improved business partnership plan. Her unique perspective as a small business owner will help SLT gain momentum in building more partnerships and reaching more audiences in our community. “By developing the program, I hope to bring a new way of cultivating and developing community relationships,” says Laura.

She is also excited about all the outdoor activities on our lands and eager to jump in.  “I hope to meet you all at our events this year, including the Lynch Canyon Trail Run and Community Hike on June 1!”

Laura hopes you will contact her with your questions and ideas about how to be more involved with Solano Land Trust. You can email her or call  (707) 709-9025.

Photo by Di Holokahi.