Breece Robertson is a leader in conceptualizing, designing and implementing inclusive processes that use geospatial technologies to guide mission and programmatic impacts for organizations, governments, companies and communities. Her work drives strategy and innovation in the conservation, restoration, environmental justice and climate resilience sectors. She led the Conservation Vision and Innovation unit at The Trust for Public Land for 18 years and created many national to local park and conservation initiatives including Greenprinting, ParkScore, ParkServe, Climate-Smart Cities and the National Conservation Easement Database. She worked with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy for 2 years to launch the Center for Geospatial Solutions and wrote a book that was released in 2021 called “Protecting the Places We Love”.
She most recently led the Monitoring and Impact Assessment department at One Tree Planted as Chief Impact Officer. She led a team of staff and consultants to organize, automate and synchronize monitoring data from over 600 planting partners in 80 countries. She led the development of a donor portal for ESG, net zero, SDG and other tracking and reporting needs and planting partner applications for impact and storytelling experiences.
Breece serves on the National Park System Advisory Board, the National Geospatial Advisory Committee, on the Board of Trustees for the National Recreation and Park Association, is a member of the National Landscape Conservation coordinating committee and recently accepted an advisory role for Upstream Tech.
Robertson is inspired by being in nature. She loves exploring remote Southwest canyons and landscapes with her partner and adventurous pups, foraging wild mushrooms, snorkeling and playing the mandolin.