Gail Kulp - Executive Director
As the executive director, Gail will
be overseeing the staff and working with the Board of Directors in developing a new strategic plan to guide the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership in its second decade of work. Gail brings 12 years of non-profit leadership experience to the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership including extensive experience in grant writing, grant project management and fundraising. She also has five years of public school teaching experience. Gail graduated from Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD, with a dual degree in elementary education and history and then went on to earn a master’s degree in educational policy, planning and leadership from The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA. She earned her Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential from the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) in 2012. Gail is an avid kayaker and enjoys biking and walking along the many trails in the area. Gail can be reached at (570) 522-7229 or at

Corey BeVier - Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator
Corey joined SGP in 2016 as the Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator. She has a B.S in Outdoor Education with a minor in psychology from Georgia College & State University. She has been working professionally in the outdoor industry since 2009 and has experience instructing and training in a broad range of activity-specific skills, including backpacking, kayaking, rock climbing, group development, and wilderness medicine. She recently pursued her interest in backcountry medical care gaining her Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and National Registry EMT-B certifications in 2015. Corey currently is a practicing wilderness medical instructor for Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO) Wilderness Medical Schools in her spare time. Through her work in outdoor programing Corey has had the privilege of utilizing numerous greenways and blueways across the country and abroad in Australia. She knows firsthand the power that these resources hold for the community and is excited to bring her background to the partnership and continue to build upon its work of community involvement and regional greenway efforts. Corey can be reached at 570-522-7244 or at

Tina NailTina Nail - Business Administrative Assistant
Tina Nail joined SGP in 2016 as the business administrative assistant. Tina brings with her 20 years of management experience and 18 years of being in business for
herself.  Much like her diverse experiences as a child of a military family, she has managed businesses in a variety of environments including tax preparation, a developmental daycare, home health, wine import, and most
recently as the business manager for Sunbury’s Revitalization, Inc. Tina’s resume as a volunteer is as varied as her professional one. While supporting American service personnel and animal rescue are the issues dearest to her heart, she has also worked on a crisis hotline, managed a pregnancy care center, and a children’s carnival benefiting the American Cancer Society. Tina can be reached at 570-522-7246 or

Trish Carothers

Trish Carothers - Program Coordinator 
Trish works closely with the Board of Directors to develop education and outreach programs that build support for Greenway projects and stewardship of the natural and cultural resources of the Susquehanna Greenway. She is also responsible for coordinating program plans and development programs. She is a conservationist and outdoor enthusiast. Previously she was the Membership Coordinator for the Lowcountry Open Land Trust, in Charleston, SC where she managed the membership program, annual appeal, donor database, website, electronic newsletter, annual report and planned giving programs. She has experience in financial sales and marketing communications. Trish earned a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Agricultural Business Management from the University of Delaware and master’s degree in Extension Education from Penn State. Trish can be reached at 570-522-7259 or

Eve SteranskyEve Steransky - AmeriCorps River Towns Program Assistant
Eve joined the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership in 2016 as the AmeriCorps River Towns Program Assistant. Eve graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in 2015 with a B.A. in Environmental Planning and a minor in Sociology. While getting her degree, Eve worked with Bloomsburg University’s outdoor recreation program, Quest, as a backpacking and teambuilding instructor, and camp counselor. In 2013, Eve interned at the Montour Preserve where she presented public and school programs, and facilitated Act 48 continuing professional education hours for teachers. Eve worked in Glacier National Park as a student volunteer in 2012 where she helped to establish a database for the Going-To-The-Sun-Road Corridor Management Plan, and conducted her own trail perception research in 2014. Eve has a passion for the environment and conservation, and looks forward to contributing to the mission of the Greenway during her service as an AmeriCorps. Eve can be reached at 570-522-7279 or at