Kate HatfieldGlen Leven Project Manager
Kate Hatfield serves as the Project Manager for The Land Trust for Tennessee’s 64-acre farm and Nashville office, Glen Leven Farm. As the Glen Leven Project Manager, she is responsible for stewarding the property and acts as resident historian. Kate received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee and her masters in Historic Preservation from Middle Tennessee State University. While at MTSU, she worked at the Center for Historic Preservation and wrote her thesis on the history and gentrification of Nashville’s Edgehill neighborhood. As a graduate student, she interned with The Land Trust. It was during this time that her personal definition of preservation was broadened to encompass the work of land conservation. As a Nashville native, Kate has seen firsthand how quickly places can change and she is passionate about preservation. In her free time, Kate enjoys sewing, gardening, and working on her house in Inglewood.
“Glen Leven is an invaluable resource for connecting people to the land and its history, and I hope it acts as a model for the variety of ways places like it can be utilized.”