Mary Gaudioso

Mary Gaudioso is retired from the Rochester city government where she served for over 30 years, most recently as Assistant Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Services. During her tenure, she led efforts to establish a master plan for Mount Hope Cemetery and prepare a nomination to list the property on the National Register of Historic Places. At a young age Mary gained an appreciation for the Frederick Law Olmsted-designed parks in Rochester, and for the last 48 years has resided on a parkway that was conceived in the origin Olmsted park system design. She has been a member of the Highland Park Conservancy since 2016 and currently serves as Chair of the Membership and Communications Committee.