Virginia McCuen serves as TennGreen’s Development Manager. 

Raised in Greenville, SC, she garnered from an early age a deep-seated appreciation for the biodiverse splendor of the Appalachian foothills. She holds a B.S. in Biological Sciences and a B.A. in Philosophy from Clemson University. With an overarching passion for ethics, Virginia studied global climate change at Oxford University as a Duckenfield Scholar and led secondary research on the ethical implications of biobanking at the University of Sapienza.


As an avid volunteer, Virginia can be heard every Friday afternoon as the voice of National Geographic Magazine, aired on Nashville Talking Library radios across Middle Tennessee. Prior to joining the TennGreen team, she most recently served several years as the Sales, Accounting, and Events Manager for Westlake Restaurant Management in Nashville. In her free time, she can be found ID’ing local flora, armchair philosophizing, and collecting antique photographs of Tennessee’s yesteryears.

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My Favorite Hiking Spot:


Mossy Ridge Trail in Percy Warner Park