Stephanie Doyle Going To The Nature Conservancy

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7b149790609156e99032358ecfd7b2fd-huge-stWe are both sad and proud to announce that Stephanie Doyle, CCL’s Director of National Outreach and Partnership, is moving on to a different role in mitigating climate change with another prominent environmental group, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), as a climate associate. It’s bittersweet that she is leaving staff at CCL, but we’re happy that Stephanie is moving on to an organization as well established as TNC, and it speaks to the caliber of people CCL cultivates. 

Stephanie joined  CCL six years ago, starting as an intern in San Diego and then assistant to CCL’s founder Marshall Saunders. She then entered a graduate program at Johns Hopkins in Washington, D.C., and joined  CCL’s government affairs team, where she led outreach and created meaningful partnerships with notable D.C. environmental groups and NGOs.  

CCL will, of course, not be abandoning our national efforts to create and strengthen external relationships. Taylor Krause will be taking on Stephanie’s role, especially that of guiding volunteers through the process of seeking endorsements and partnerships. You can reach her at taylor.krause@citizensclimatelobby.org.

Posted by Steve Valk on Aug 27, 2019 3:02 PM America/Los_Angeles

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Terrific move, Stephanie!  We will all miss you.  At the same time it's kind of neat to realize we've got inveterate CCLers embedded in other influential climate related organizations.  Goodonya, and all the best!
  • Posted Sat 31 Aug 2019 12:16 PM PDT
Stephanie Doyle, all of us in the Environmental Justice Action Team's steering committee thank you for your commitment, support, and leadership over the years. We're grateful that you took the time and effort to cultivate relationships with the leaders of progressive organizations, and also thankful that you spent the energy educating CCL volunteers and staff about environmental justice. We will miss you and we know that you'll be spectacular in your next adventure. The Nature Conservancy is lucky to have you.


With gratitude,

Debbie, Lisa, Jim, Cliff, Kimi, Marti, and David  

 
  • Posted Sat 31 Aug 2019 05:34 AM PDT
Congratulations Stephanie! The TNC is an important partner for climate solutions.
  • Posted Thu 29 Aug 2019 10:48 PM PDT
Congratulations Stephanie!  You are moving from one fantastic organization to another  fantastic organization.  We wish you well.  
 
  • Posted Thu 29 Aug 2019 10:28 PM PDT
Congrats, Stephanie! We'll miss you! I am very grateful for what you've taught us about how to forge strong relationships with organizations that share our goals but may have different approaches. We'll do our best to remember those lessons when you're not here.
  • Posted Thu 29 Aug 2019 08:02 AM PDT
What a great opportunity.  And what a mixed set of emotions. A loss for us, certainly it will be hard to replace what Stephanie has done for us networking with a complex array of organizations.  But Stephanie has helped mentor others - and we are in a good place. And a great opportunity for Stephanie.
Over the two years that I have been on staff, I have gained a new appreciation for the complexity of the work she has done for CCL as we continue to hold a centrist, non-partisan position in a world that often tips toward partisan rhetoric and emotions. 
With deep respect - go tackle the world Stephanie.
  • Posted Thu 29 Aug 2019 06:18 AM PDT
Stephanie,
So nice to work with you over the years -- so happy and sad to have you go.  The more I do this work, the more I realize we need all solutions from all groups.  It's nice to be able to spread the wealth around.  I'll miss you, but am happy for your exciting adventures ahead.
  • Posted Wed 28 Aug 2019 02:24 PM PDT
Congratulations Stephanie on your new position.   You have accomplished a lot at CCL and I know you will do the same at TNC.  We will all of course miss you tremendously at CCL.  
P.S. How's your dog?
  • Posted Wed 28 Aug 2019 02:07 PM PDT
Congrats Stephanie!  You were a big asset to CCL, and you'll do great at The Nature Conservancy. 

Sundance
  • Posted Wed 28 Aug 2019 01:31 PM PDT
Stephanie is a rock star in my view.  Celebrating her move to take her skills and experience to push for climate action ASAP.  
  • Posted Wed 28 Aug 2019 11:12 AM PDT

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