About the Washington Park Conservancy

The Washington Park Conservancy, an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1985 to preserve, protect and promote historic Washington Park in Albany, New York. The Conservancy works with the City of Albany to help guide the​periodic restoration and maintenance of the Park, and has undertaken a variety of projects over the last thirty years.

As a living work of art, Washington Park needs thoughtful stewardship in the context of its history and the needs of today’s city.

We invite you to become a member of the Conservancy and join our efforts to restore, preserve, and maintain Washington Park for leisure, recreation, and the appreciation of nature for all of Albany’s residents and visitors, today and for generations to come.

2017 Board of Directors

OFFICERS

Erik Kulleseid, President

William Brandow, Vice President

John Pipkin, Secretary

Douglas Ebersman, CPA, Treasurer

DIRECTORS

Wint Aldrich
Jeffrey Gordon
Matthew Hamm
Chelle Jenkins
Marcia Kees
William Lemmon
Daniel McEneny
Christine Miles
Marcia Moss
William O. Pettit III
Susan Pezzolla
Eve Ryan
Sam Shipherd

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dennis Anderson
Andrea Lazarski
Charles Liddle III
Herb Starr

EX OFFICIO

Jonathan Jones, Commissioner, Dept of Recreation

Dan Mirabile, Commissioner, Dept of General Services

Jessica Morgan, City Gardener

Tom Pfeiffer, City Forester

Lemo Young, Washington Park Manager

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