The Brandywine Conservancy recently welcomed two new faces to its team.
Sarah Sharp joins the Conservancy as a new assistant planner in the Municipal Assistance Program. Sharp worked at the Conservancy as a planning intern for three months prior to accepting a full-time position. She is currently finishing up course work at West Chester University for a dual M.S. degree in geography/urban and regional Planning. Sharp is a Chadds Ford resident and brings useful local insight to the team.
Kelly Ford joins the Conservancy as a new intern with the land stewardship department. Kelly graduated in September 2018 from St. Joseph’s University with a degree in environmental science. Her professional experience includes ecological horticulture and naturalistic land management, as well as sustainable farming. Most recently she served as a park ranger for Chester County. Ford will be assisting the land stewardship team this spring with easement monitoring visits and other related projects.