Stacy Funderburke

Assistant Regional Counsel & Conservation Acquisition Associate


Stacy FunderburkeStacy joined The Conservation Fund in 2012 and works out of the Georgia office.  He provides legal counsel for real estate transactions and also works on land conservation efforts in Georgia and Alabama.

Stacy provides transactional and legal expertise on complex real estate transactions and works with local, state and federal agencies on their conservation priorities in Georgia and Alabama.  Additionally, he works closely with a variety of government, business and local partners to expand parks and greenspace in the metro Atlanta area.  He also serves on the City of Atlanta Green Infrastructure Task Force.

Prior to joining The Conservation Fund, Stacy worked as in house securities counsel for Mirant Corporation and as a corporate and securities attorney for Troutman Sanders, LLP.  Stacy has a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Georgia and a J.D. from the University of Virginia. 

Stacy also serves on the Board of Global Growers Network and is a member of the Georgia Appleseed Young Professionals Council and Chair of their Heir Property Committee.

Contact: sfunderburke@conservationfund.org   Phone: 404-221-0405 (Office), 678-637-6229 (Mobile)   Office: Georgia

Projects

Mattie Freeland Park 

Mattie Freeland Park 

Parks are important places. The story of Mattie Freeland Park is unique, inspiring, and all about community. Mattie Freeland...
Food Forest at Browns Mill

Food Forest at Browns Mill

The Conservation Fund, The City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Department of Parks & Recreation are partnering...
Finding the Flint River

Finding the Flint River

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is best known for a few things: its title as the world’s busiest airport, its...
Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park

Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park

Kathryn Johnston Memorial Park will be The Conservation Fund’s third Park With Purpose built in Atlanta in partnership with...
Sustaining Urban Waters in the Southeast

Sustaining Urban Waters in the Southeast

Thanks to the generous support of the Pisces Foundation, we are pioneering a new approach to how two growing...
Atlanta Green Space Assessment

Atlanta Green Space Assessment

In 2005, the City of Atlanta was losing 500 acres of open space each week to development. Historically, the...