Elizabeth (Emy) Brawley

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CONSERVATION SERVICES, MIDWEST


Emy headshotEmy is responsible for the management, strategic direction, and public outreach for the Fund’s work with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, and the City of Ann Arbor to implement the Greenseams®, Working Soils, and Ann Arbor Greenbelt programs. Emy also serves as the Fund’s representative for the Chicago Wilderness region to help offer the full array of the Fund’s programs and services to its conservation partners. Previously she worked as Vice President of Conservation for Openlands, as an associate attorney for Isaacson Rosenbaum PC, as the land officer for Boulder County Parks and Open Space, and as an associate attorney for Carlson, Hammond & Paddock, LLC. Emy holds a B.A. and J.D. from the University of Colorado and is earning a certificate of non-profit management from Northwestern University.

Contact: ebrawley@conservationfund.org    Contact: 303-669-0390    Office: River Forest, IL (Chicago)

Projects

Expanding Green Space and Improving Social Resilience in South Cook County, IL.

Expanding Green Space and Improving Social Resilience in South Cook County, IL.

The Southeast Cook County Land Acquisition Plan is a data-driven plan to dramatically expand permanently protected land holdings and...
Milwaukee River Watershed Conservation Partnership

Milwaukee River Watershed Conservation Partnership

The Milwaukee River—a major tributary to Lake Michigan—provides clean drinking water for more than one million people. But excessive...
Greenseams® Milwaukee

Greenseams® Milwaukee

More than 1.5 million people live and work in the Milwaukee metro area. As the region grows, with more...
Preserving Farms and Natural Areas in the Ann Arbor Greenbelt

Preserving Farms and Natural Areas in the Ann Arbor Greenbelt

The Ann Arbor Greenbelt is an innovative long-term land preservation program to curb the negative effects of development and...