Generation Green

Georgia's newest generation of conservation leaders


Founded in 1994, Generation Green is an elected board of directors committed to supporting the Georgia Conservancy and its mission and programs. Generation Green empowers our communities to protect and enjoy Georgia’s outdoors through adventure trips, service projects and social and educational events.

In addition to supporting the Georgia Conservancy, Generation Green board members receive one-of-a-kind exposure to our organization's work to protect and conserve Georgia's natural resources - providing them with the knowledge, skills and relationships to advance their growing careers along a path of conservation and sustainability.


2021 Generation Green Board

Eboni Preston (Board Chair) is Director of Operations at Greening Youth Foundation

Justin Brightharp is Associate Project Manager at Center for Transportation and the Environment

Will Bryan is Built Environment Project Manager at Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance

Mandy Cobb Rahiya is Graphic Designer at Resource Branding

Roberta Moore is Conservation Associate at The Conservation Fund

Sarah Page is Public Information Officer at DeKalb County Government

Sabina Sumlar is Business Process Manager at Cox Communications


Interested in joining the Generation Green Board? We are currently accepting applications for the 2021/22 Generation Green Board.
Click here to learn more and apply today!

Application deadline is Friday, May 21st (by 11:59 pm).

Eboni Preston - Generation Green Board Chair


Eboni Preston is a management professional with a background in non-profit administration, program operations, and workforce development. She is currently the Director of Operations with the Greening Youth Foundation, an Atlanta based nonprofit that engages diverse youth and young adults by connecting them to the outdoors and careers in conservation.

As she serves as the Board Chair for Georgia Conservancy’s Generation Green Board, she is also a board member for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the Next 100 Coalition, a member of the Southeast Regional Council for National Parks Conservation Association, and the Labor and Industry Chair for Georgia NAACP. Eboni is also committed to serving as a mentor and facilitator with the Children's Forest of Georgia's Next Generation Forest Service Ambassadors and Forest for Every Classroom programs.

She holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Administration from Kennesaw State University, a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University, and Bachelor of Arts from Duke University.

To learn more about Generation Green, please contact Georgia Conservancy Advocacy Director Leah Dixon at