Nate Wilson | Domain Manager - Acting Director

As Domain manager, Nate Wilson is responsible for the implementation of land management decisions across the Domain. Prior to his work for the University, he was a consultant in wildlife biology and forestry on the Cumberland Plateau where he worked primarily with private landowners and conservation NGOs. Nate received his B.S. in Forestry and Wildlife Ecology in 2002 from the Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia. Phone: 931-598-1268, Office: Cleveland Annex 006

Sandy Gilliam | Domain Ranger

Sandy has been working with the University for four years now. He became the University's first and only full-time Domain ranger two years ago. Outside of his work patrolling and maintaining the trails and recreational assets of the Domain, Sandy serves as Franklin County's Constable. He also loves to hunt and is a self-taught photographer. Phone: 931-598-1268, Office: Cleveland Annex 006

Kevin Fouts | Wildlife Manager

Kevin is a Certified Wildlife Biologist that received his M.S. in Wildlife Ecology and Management from the University of Georgia.  Prior to arriving on the Mountain, he investigated links between management practices and stream salamander communities in the Smokies, worked with managers of southeastern reservoirs to reduce incidence of wildlife disease, and helped examine the effects of biofuel production on aquatic habitats. He's now committed to surveying, monitoring, and facilitating research on the Domain's wildlife.  A whitewater guide in his younger years, Kevin loves spending time stone hopping in local streams with his dog Koda . Phone: 931-598-1177, Office: Cleveland Annex 005

Carolyn Hoagland | University Farm Manager

Carolyn Hoagland is a soil ecologist with a dedication to sustainability principles and student collaboration. She is finishing a Ph.D. in Soil and Crop Science at Colorado State University, where she also completed a Master’s Degree. She has a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and a permaculture design certificate from Oregon State University. As Farm Manager, her projects include the construction of hoop houses and expansion of composting practices. Office: 225 Breakfield Rd

Robert McKee | Assistant Farm Manager

Dr. Robert W. McKee is a native of the Cumberland Plateau. He received a B.S. in Agronomy and Soils and a M.S. in Plant and Weed Science from Auburn University where he focused on forages and grazing management. He continued his education at the University of Georgia, completing a Ph.D. in Animal Science with an emphasis on meat science, forage-based beef production, and ruminant nutrition. At the University Farm, Robert focuses on infrastructure improvements, herd management, and vegetable production. When not at work, he likes to spend time outside with his fiancee and dog. You can find him at the farm or on a bicycle, exploring the Domain and beyond.

Sara McIntyre | Sustainability Coordinator

New to Sewanee and the position of Sustainability Coordinator in 2020, Sara has spent the past 15 years as a middle school Science teacher, sustainable farmer, and executive director of a Chattanooga nonprofit farm. Her B.A. in Biology from Carleton College and graduate work in Environmental Education at the Teton Science School in Kelly, WY have informed her passion for and career in teaching and engaging people in the natural world. She would love to meet you for a walk, hike, paddle, bike ride, cup of tea, ice cream cone, or chat about anything! Find her: Phone: 931-598-1559, Office: Cleveland Annex 005