K. Diane Losavio, Executive Director

Diane spent five of her elementary school years in Baton Rouge and has since then considered it her home, even though her family moved severaltimes before she returned in the 70’s. She has had a diverse work history, both in business and the non-profit world, giving her the needed experience in administration, supervision, and non-profit management to take on the position of executive director for Baton Rouge Green in 2007.

"The future of Baton Rouge Green is important to me because this city is my home.  The first thing you notice about Baton Rouge, when returning from a trip elsewhere, is our magnificent trees. It's the responsibility of all our residents to care for this urban forest and of Baton Rouge Green to demonstrate how it should be done."


Diane is married and has two daughters, two sons-in-law, and four grandchildren.

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Robert Seemann, Program Director

Robert Seemann joined Baton Rouge Green as program director in2012. His educational background focused on Landscape Architecture (Louisiana State University) and Forest Resource Management (University of Montana). Professionally, Robert’s career has always revolved around trees. He has worked for the USDA Forest Service, run a small forest management company (Telluride, Colorado), as well as worked as a professional Arborist. He has been an ISA Certified Arborist since 2005 and a Louisiana State Licensed Arborist since 2010. 

“I moved here from the Rocky Mountains to be near family, then found myself in grad-school at LSU. I love this state and consider Louisiana my home. We are working on a lot of exciting programs at Baton Rouge Green. I’m thrilled to be a part of something that helps make this city a great place to live.” 

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Amy H. Loe, Communications Coordinator

Amy joined Baton Rouge Green in February of 2014 as Communications Coordinator.  She is an LSU graduate in Marketing and has extensive experience in event coordination, non-profits, marketing and design.  Amy is married to Will Loe, LSU Campus Landscape Architect, so she already talks the talk.

"It's funny how things come full circle.  My husband interned for Baton Rouge Green while a student at LSU.  After spending 15 years away, it's good to be home amongst the Live Oaks."

Amy and Will have three children.

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