Meet the Keep Denton Beautiful Staff!
Keep Denton Beautiful may have a small staff, but we work with thousands of volunteers each year to accomplish great BIG things for Denton! Get to know our staff members below, and contact us today to learn how you can help make Denton cleaner and more beautiful!
phone: (940) 349-8711
Autumn Natalie, Event & Outreach Coordinator
Autumn is a native Texan and KDB’s newest Dentonite. She graduate of the University of Oklahoma where she studied Environmental Sustainability. KDB’s mission resonates with her because she’s always felt a connection to the natural world, and she believes its our personal responsibility to leave it better than we found it. Autumn spends her free time with her husband hiking, camping, watching college football, and playing board games.
Contact Autumn about:
- Denton Redbud Festival;
- Great American Cleanup;
- Community Tree Giveaway;
- Environmental Education Grants;
- Children’s Arbor Day Program;
- Advertising and outreach opportunities.
phone: (940) 349-8738
Celia Spilotro, Program and Volunteer Coordinator
Celia is a native of Georgetown, TX and a graduate of UNT with a B.A. in Economics. She has a passion for community building and sustainability. Celia originally became interested in green initiatives through a sustainability internship with UNT, and has since worked in both the government and nonprofit sectors on environmental projects and programs. When not at work, Celia enjoys attending local events, reading who-dun-its, and cuddling up with her cat, Professor Waffles.
Contact Celia for information about:
- Volunteer opportunities;
- Community cleanups and service hours;
- Adopt-A-Spot Litter Cleanup Program;
- NeighborWoods Tree Planting Program;
- Neighborhood Beautification Grants;
- Yard of the Month.
phone: (940) 349-8765
Contact Samantha for information about:
- Tree Rebate Program;
- Citizen Forester Training Program;
- Other KDB tree programs.
phone: (940) 349-8769
Renzo Villamero, Program Intern
Renzo was born in the Philippines and then moved to Sugar Land, TX where he spent most of his childhood growing up. He is now currently a senior at the University of North Texas and is majoring in geography and minoring in anthropology. His career interests are in human and environmental interactions and community and urban development. He hopes to be able to continuously improve the way people and the environment live and interact with each other to create a better and healthier world. Renzo always has a great time cooking, sleeping, trying new foods, spending time with his cat, and online window shopping. Some random facts about him are that he played the flute in high school and sometimes even now, he was on a dance team for three years at UNT, and in general loves to try new things.
Contact Renzo about:
- KDB Membership Programs;
- KDB programs & events.