Matt Sampson

Vice President of Forest Operations

Matt Sampson is Senior Director of Forest Operations for the Northeast Region with oversight of all management activities for forestland ownerships from eastern-Virginia to Maine and into eastern-Canada.

Prior to his employment with TFG in 2000, Matt served as a Forest Management Analyst for Westvaco Corporation’s Appalachian Forest Operations. In addition, he served as a Cooperative Forest Management Forester at Westvaco where he directed forest management regimes for non-industrial private landowners in western-Virginia. Earlier in his career, Matt worked as an associate forester with a leading forestry consulting firm in South Carolina.

Matt earned a B.S. in Industrial Forest Operations and an M.B.A. from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He is a member of the Society of American Foresters, Association of Consulting Foresters, and board member of the Pennsylvania Forestry Association.

Blake Stansell

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Alex Finkral

Chief Forester and Vice President of Conservation

Lin Thornton

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Joe Schwartz

Senior Director of Transactions

Hunter Jenkins

Managing Director and Senior Vice President

Mike Hincher

Managing Director Forest Operations

Matt Sampson

Vice President of Forest Operations

Greg Bailey

Regional Director – Southern Region

Will Caldwell

Forestland Analyst

Anya Clancy

Senior Fund Accountant

Liz Dassau

Senior Administrative Assistant

Missy Davis

Administrative Assistant

Dave Fehringer

Regional Director – Carbon, Inventory, and GIS

Shawn Hagan

Senior Director – Forestland Operations – Great Lakes Region

Thresa Henderson

Senior Director of Forest Information Systems

Leslie Lee

Senior Administrator - HR & Financial Affairs

Tammy McKinnon

Forest Operations Office Manager

Ann Osgood

Administrative Assistant

Joh Santos

Director of Information Technology

Glenn Wallace, CPA

Chief Compliance and Tax Officer

Greg Wilhelm

Regional Director – Appalachian Region