Britney Moore - Government Operations Consultant II (Greenways & Trails Coordination/North Region, FL Scenic Highways Committee); 850-245-3069
Britney grew up in the North Florida Area, providing for extensive knowledge of her dedicated region. Britney has worked for Florida’s award-winning state park system for several years. She attended Florida State University where she studied Geography and Environmental Studies. As a member of the Junior League of Tallahassee, Britney has found a way to nourish her love of volunteering in the community. She frequently explores Florida’s incredible recreational opportunities, whether it be participating in biking and kayaking events or taking her dogs, on hikes. So, look for her in your area on the weekends.
Katie Bernier - Government Operations Consultant I (Greenways & Trails Coordination/South & Central Region, Florida Greenways and Trails Council coordination and Designation Program); 850-245-2078
Katie grew up in Lake Wales, spending many weekends exploring nearby state parks which helped to cultivate her love for Florida’s many outdoor recreation opportunities. Katie attended Florida State University and completed her bachelor’s degree in Classical Civilizations and recently completed a master’s degree in Biodiversity and Conservation at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Katie’s prior experience includes working as a Forest Ranger for the Florida Forest Service, as well as serving as an AmeriCorps Member with the Florida State Parks. In her free time, Katie loves travelling, hiking and fishing. She also enjoys checking out all of the greenways and trails that are in her region.
Donald Morgan - Government Operations Consultant II (Greenways & Trails Coordination/East-Central Region); 850-245-3126
Donald’s passion for promoting livable, sustainable, and vibrant communities was developed while a freshman studying urban and regional planning at Alabama A&M University. His prior professional experience includes: housing and community development, health and the built environment, and transportation planning. Donald holds master’s degrees in both Urban and Regional Planning and Public Administration from the Florida State University. Besides serving as a regional coordinator, Donald provides master planning coordination for regional/long distance trail corridors. At his leisure, Donald enjoys cooking, traveling, being active in his church and doing small gardening/landscaping projects. He and his wife, Faith, reside in Tallahassee.
Daniel Diaz - Government Operations Consultant I (Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Coordinator, FGTS Plan Data and Mapping); 850-245-2063
Daniel’s appreciation of trails and outdoor recreation began before he could even walk with annual family camping trips in the Southern Appalachians. His technical skills and knack for cartography led him to pursue a M.S. degree in Geographic Information Science from the Florida State University, where he had the opportunity to work as a graduate assistant with the National Park Service. As a cyclist, hiker, and kayaker, Daniel enjoys the opportunity to blend his personal and professional interests as the GIS coordinator for the Office of Greenways and Trails. When not on the trail, Daniel enjoys cooking, photography, and playing the guitar.
Office of Greenways and Trails Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Recreation and Parks 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, MS 795 Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000
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