The Radnor Conservancy is proud to announce the hiring of its new Executive Director, Amber Atwood Levy, effective June 5, 2023.

Amber joins Radnor Conservancy after chairing the Tredyffrin Township Environmental Advisory Council (EAC) since 2018. Amber is currently the chair of the grant committee for the local nonprofit FLITE and, after helping found the women’s giving group, GIVE T/E, she worked as their director of nonprofit affairs. Amber also has been a substitute Teacher in the T/E School District. Earning her Masters from Villanova, she has leveraged her educational pedigree to bring positive programs to her community.

“The Radnor Conservancy is a leader in advocating sustainable environmental stewardship and I am honored to have the opportunity to contribute to its important mission. I look forward to expanding and deepening connections with our partners and community members to create lasting positive change.” – Amber Atwood Levy

The Radnor Conservancy Board has been impressed with Amber as a warm and approachable communicator and an enthusiastic educator, comfortable working with all ages and audiences. They are inspired by Amber’s commitment to increasing connections between people, the natural world, and organizations like Radnor Conservancy that nurture that relationship.

“We at Radnor Conservancy and the entire community have been so incredibly thankful to have Gretchen Groebel as our leader for so many years. Gretchen is a Radnor Conservancy institution. We now look to grow her legacy. We are thrilled to have Amber Atwood Levy lead us into the future. Her resume and background speak for themselves; she exudes a passion for service, and we are excited to introduce her to our community as we will continue to strengthen our resources to sustain our mission and have considerable community impact.” – Tyler Ridgeway, Board President, Radnor Conservancy

Radnor Conservancy aims in its mission to preserve and enhance Radnor’s open space and natural assets through engagement with, and education of, our community in sustainable environmental stewardship.



Adapted from a release by Radnor Conservancy