In my decade of professional experience, I’ve learned there is only one surefire recipe for success. It goes like this: Try. Implement. Analyze. Learn. Try again. Improve. Grow.
My passion lies in taking that perspective and using it to effectively communicate with voters about the importance of fighting for clean air, land, water and energy.
My environmental clarion call was during the 2008 elections when climate change truly emerged at the forefront of the debate, and when it became apparent that we could no longer ignore the fact that CO2 emissions were increasing at a startling and uncontrollable rate.
I became active in a number of conservation causes. I knew that someday I would have to tell my children and grandchildren about this moment in history… and I knew that I wanted to be able to say I did my part to fight the good fight and make their world a better place.
And then, last year, atmospheric concentrations of CO2 passed 400 parts per million. I knew I wasn’t doing enough. I had to do more. So, I did.
Today, I’m putting my professional skills to work full-time in the cause of combating climate change and protecting our natural environment as CVSC communications coordination.