Carrie Radcliffe, M.S.
Carrie Radcliffe earned her B.S. and M.S. at the University of Georgia studying conservation horticulture and plant biology. She works for the Conservation & Research Department of Atlanta Botanical Garden managing collaborative habitat restoration and safeguarding projects, on behalf of the Garden’s Southeastern Center for Conservation and the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance. Carrie serves as the Mountain Bog Safeguarding Coordinator for GPCA, the Chair for Southern Blue Ridge Bog Learning Network, and a steering committee member for the Piedmont Prairie Partnership. She coordinated the 2016 & 2020 Southeastern Partners in Plant Conservation conferences, is Co-chair & Coordinator for the Southeastern Plant Conservation Alliance, and was named Conservation Partnerships Manager in 2022. Carrie has lived in Rabun County, Georgia since 2010, serves as a leader and environmental educator for local Scout groups, is an avid outdoorswoman, and is passionate about inspiring the next generation of conservation leaders & scientists.