Management

It takes a Village…

Success in multi-faceted landscape projects that utilize the most current technology, while also strengthening economic and environmental values, takes a team of highly trained and experienced professionals.

Leadership

J. Donald Henry, CEO/President
Don Henry has a BS in Landscape Architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, a Certificate in Executive Management from the EMBA Program at the Druker Management Center, Claremont Graduate School and a Masters in Real Estate from MIT. He is a licensed Landscape Architect, Certified Planner, a LEED AP-accredited with the US Green Building Council (accreditation pending) and has nearly 20 years of experience in overall project design/management and mixed-use development activity and he has successfully run his own landscape architectural design firm for nearly 25 years.

J. Donald Henry

Scott Campbell, Vice President of Operations
Scott Campbell has a BBA in Business/Marketing from Georgia Southern University and has successfully started and managed two landscape maintenance and home maintenance businesses. He has formal training in architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology, over five years of experience in landscape maintenance and installation and two years of experience in landscape design, and design and sales for the fourth-largest pool builder/designer in the country.

Scott Campbell

Eric Montelongo, Water Management/Irrigation Engineer
Mr. Montelongo, has over 30 years of experience in planned community, public facility, civic, industrial and commercial landscape and irrigation/water management strategies. Knowledgeable in all aspects landscape construction, including plant material such as drought-tolerant and hybrid-native selections and their respective water-use requirements, Mr. Montelongo is able to add value to a project bottom line by prescribing efficient and appropriate plant choices while implementing the latest equipment and systems in irrigation design. All California projects are designed to meet the project-specific landscape criteria and compliance with the State’s AB1881, as the foundation for the new 2010 Landscape Water Efficiency Ordinance. Current relevant experience also includes documentation with LEED new project Water Efficiency Credit qualifications.

Eric Montelongo

Tiffany Faulstich, LEED Green Associate Horticulturist
Tiffany is our go-to person for horticultural strategies for your landscape. She provides informed direction on several fronts with Village Green, including site visits, problem solving and technician training. Throughout her career in the green industry, Tiffany has been involved in the management of high-end residential estate gardens, and commercial and HOA properties. She has also taught horticulture and landscape construction/management at the university level.

Tiffany Faulstich