Natural Lands Names Tiffany Sowers as Vice President of Human Resources
MEDIA, Pa., September 26, 2022 – Natural Lands—the region’s oldest and largest land conservation organization—announced it has hired Tiffany Sowers as vice president of human resources, a position created earlier this year. Sowers’ 15-year career in the HR field includes experience in both public and private sectors.
Prior to joining Natural Lands, Sowers spent several years as director of human resources and performance management for Chester County, where she oversaw more than 2,400 employees and supported elected officials. Her role included managing a team of HR staff responsible for recruitment, compensation, labor relations, benefits, and performance management.
Sowers professional history also includes human resources leadership roles with Theraplay, Inc., ViaOne Services, and Physiotherapy Associates. She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a senior certified professional with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP).
“I am ecstatic to join Natural Lands, an organization whose employees epitomize passion and engagement in what they do every day,” said Sowers. “The focus on conservation and connecting all people to nature is absolutely a mission I support and am excited to do so in my new role.”
Sowers added, “I’m honored to be among people who are working toward something greater than themselves. Natural Lands is an organization that aligns with my personal values, and I am looking forward to growing here.”
“Tiffany is not alone in looking for fulfilling work in a time that feels challenging to many,” said Oliver Bass, president of Natural Lands. “Tiffany’s fresh perspective and energy will be very welcome as we continue our work attracting top-caliber staff members from diverse backgrounds and supporting the talented team already on board.”
Tiffany Sowers earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Millersville University and a Master of Arts in industrial and organizational psychology from West Chester University. She lives in West Grove, PA.
Natural Lands is dedicated to preserving and nurturing nature’s wonders while creating opportunities for joy and discovery in the outdoors for everyone. As the Greater Philadelphia region’s oldest and largest land conservation organization, Natural Lands—which is member supported—has preserved more than 125,000 acres, including 42 nature preserves and one public garden totaling more than 23,000 acres. Nearly five million people live within five miles of land under the organization’s protection. Land for life, nature for all. natlands.org.
Please note: “Natural Lands” is the organization’s official operating name and should be used instead of its legal designation (Natural Lands Trust, Inc.).
Mae Axelrod, Media Relations Manager
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