Director of Outreach Programs
Noell Rembert (pronounced Knoll) joined The Land Trust for Tennessee as Director of Outreach Programs in February 2017. In her role, Noell manages each of our community events, from landowner celebrations to our largest fundraiser, Once in a Blue Moon. Additionally, Noell manages our volunteer program.
A native Tennessean, Noell was born in Memphis and grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina. After graduating from The University of the South in Sewanee, Noell has held various positions within the non-profit and public sectors, including her time as Scheduler for then-Governor Phil Bredesen. She also served as the statewide Civil War Heritage Coordinator, establishing the Civil War Trails program. In 2010, Noell joined The Land Trust for Tennessee for the first time as the Development Assistant. After a few years spent in New York, Noell rejoined our team in 2017 to lead our events and volunteers.
In her spare time, Noell can be found running along Nashville’s greenways, trying the new-to-her restaurants in Nashville, exploring hiking trails with her Manhattan-native boyfriend, Jonathan, or just organizing – whether it’s her home, a gathering of friends, or a to-do list.
Why do you love your job?
It’s incredible to work with people who have a shared passion for protecting the green spaces across our state. I’m excited to be working with volunteers who ardently support our mission and organizing events that emphasize the importance of saving these lands now.
EMAIL NOELL about joining The Land Trust for an upcoming event or for more information about volunteer opportunities.