Board of Directors

Do you love history? Have a passion for protecting the environment? Enjoy being involved with community activities?

Grey Towers Heritage Association, a non-profit organization that supports public and community programs at Grey Towers National Historic Site, Milford, PA, is seeking new members for its volunteer Board of Directors.

An energetic board with a diversity of skills, experience and interests is the key to the success of this growing organization. The Board seeks volunteers who have a background or interest in conservation and the environment; history and architecture; landscape preservation; community outreach and visitor services; marketing and public relations, and fundraising.

The volunteer board meets monthly at the historic estate and plans its support for such popular programs as

  • Summer Lecture Series
  • National Public Lands Day / Ice Cream Social
  • Festival of Wood
  • Community Appreciation Day
  • Volunteer Picnic
  • Edgar Allan Poe and Christmas Carol Dramatic Readings
  • Cemetery Historical Theatre
  • Holiday Reception, plus many more activities throughout the year.

The Grey Towers Heritage organization, formed in 2007, also supports activities at the Laurel Hill Cemetery, on the adjoining Milford Experimental Forest, the Fire Tower Project, education programs with area schools, publications and signage and the Grey Towers internship and Scholar in Residence programs.


If you are interested in becoming a board member, committee chair or committee member send us an email at

Grey Towers Mansion



Marian Keegan, President
Jack Boyle, Vice-President
Robert Remillard, Treasurer
Marcia Monaco, Secretary

Mary Anne Carletta, Director
Dianna Levine, Director
Todd Hill, Director

Susan Beecher, Director Emeritus
Leila Pinchot, Director Emeritus

Monthly Meetings: Second Monday of the Month at Grey Towers.
Annual Members Meeting: November 18th


Grey Towers National Historic Site, ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot, eminent conservationist and was two-term Governor of Pennsylvania, is managed by the US Forest Service as a conservation education and leadership center. Its iconic position in the national organization brings resource conservation leaders from around the world to its conference center. Their museum and visitor program welcomes 16,000 guests annually.


For more information about Grey Towers Heritage Association and to request an application for any of the Board positions, please send an email to