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    Community Environmental Council Welcomes Three New Staff Members

    CEC Expands Capacity for Critical Climate Programs Work, Adding Three New Staff

    The Community Environmental Council (CEC) recently welcomed three new staff members to its growing team, bolstering the organization’s ability to advance initiatives that respond regionally to the global climate crisis. 

    CEC’s newest staff members will play key roles in strengthening the organization’s outreach, fundraising, and project development capacities. 

    New staff include:

    Tia Kordell, Communications Project Manager—Tia holds bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Environmental Biology from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a master’s degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, UC Santa Barbara. Her past professional experience spans communications, operations, and environmental justice work. Tia will work with CEC’s communications team to tell important stories about CEC’s work.  

    Bre Sliker, Climate Programs Manager—Prior to her work at CEC, Bre worked at White Buffalo Land Trust leading programming and engagement, and has worked passionately at the intersection of agriculture, environmentalism, and food justice in both California and the Northeast. She has a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Food Systems from NYU. In her role at CEC, Bre will work to connect farmers and ranchers with the resources needed for socially, financially and ecologically resilient operations. 

    Darlene Snow, Interim Development Director—Darlene comes to CEC as a communications professional with deep expertise in a variety of industries–from energy to healthcare to food to technology–in media relations, thought leadership, crisis & reputation management, corporate & executive visibility, employee engagement, and event planning. Darlene will lead CEC’s development work, including fundraising and donor relations.

    Find bios for all of CEC’s staff here.


    About the Community Environmental Council (CEC)
    CEC advances rapid and equitable solutions to the climate crisis – including ambitious zero carbon goals, drawdown of excess carbon, and protection against the impacts of climate change. CEC was recognized as a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year and a City of Santa Barbara Climate Hero, and is led by CEO Sigrid Wright who was recently named 2022 Congressional Woman of the Year. CEC has worked since 1970 to incubate and innovate real life environmental solutions that directly affect the California Central Coast. Our programs lead to clean vehicles, solar energy, resilient food systems and reduction of single-use plastic. Learn more about the work of CEC and why it receives high ratings from both Charity Navigator and Guidestar at CECSB.org/impact

    Find CEC on the web at CECSB.org and on Facebook.com/CECSB, Instagram.com/CEC_SB, Twitter.com/CECSB, and Linkedin.com/company/cecsb.

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