Vice President, Eastern Region
2016 – Present
Alicia Leuba is a preservation and conservation professional with over 25 years experience helping to protect significant historic, cultural and natural places. Alicia joined The Trustees in September 2016 and serves as Vice President, Eastern Region. She oversees a significant geography for The Trustees encompassing 50+ properties and 70+ staff in the eastern part of Massachusetts, while also collaborating as a member of the Executive Team to realize the organization’s ambitions as the largest conservation organization in the state.
Before joining The Trustees, Alicia was Senior Field Director for the National Trust for Historic Preservation where she was responsible for developing and leading multi-faceted strategic initiatives and projects to save America’s most vulnerable treasures. She worked with diverse stakeholders to encourage action, engagement and sustainable stewardship. Prior to joining the National Trust, Alicia was a Project Manager for the Trust for Public Land focused on land acquisition projects in Connecticut and Massachusetts
Alicia serves on the advisory boards of the International Land Conservation Network, the Massachusetts Community Preservation Coalition, Mount Auburn Cemetery and the Stephen T. Mather Building Arts and Craftsmanship High School. She is a director of the Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre in Cambridge where she is leading the organization’s Legacy and Succession Planning Committee. Alicia is a certified Historic Real Estate Development professional and holds a BA in Art History from Denison University. She lives in Winchester with her husband John and their 18 year old twins.