Rehgan is the Forestry Program Manager at the Cumberland River Compact. In her role, Rehgan leads tree planting projects outside of Davidson County, assists with managing field crews supporting the Tree Care Program and the Root Nashville Campaign, and co-leads efforts to reforest abandoned mine lands in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Rehgan has a B.S. in Environmental Studies and a minor in Environmental Writing from the SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry in Syracuse, NY. Before joining the Compact, Rehgan worked as a seasonal park ranger, leading and developing environmental education programs for the National Park Service. She has worked in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Colorado, and Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey. In her spare time, Rehgan loves traveling, hiking, playing video games, and spending quality time with her cat, Olive, and husband.