16 results for tag: emerging leaders board


Recap: Messages from Oregon’s Environmental Justice and Equity Leaders

By Rob Nathan, Director of Digital Engagement, NW Earth Institute,     CoChair for Environmental Professionals of Color PDX, and a member of OEC's Emerging Leaders Board   On November 5th, environmental leaders from across Oregon gathered at the new APANO (Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon) community space in SE Portland to attend OEC’s second installment of a three-part series on environmental justice (EJ). Andrea Durbin, OEC Executive Director, opened the evening with a message on why it is so important for organizations like OEC to listen and learn from environmental justice groups: to bring equity to a shared environmental ...

2015: Now Accepting Applications for the Emerging Leaders Board!

Oregon Environmental Council is seeking the right candidates to join our Emerging Leaders Board for the Portland Metro Area. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of one of Oregon’s leading environmental non-profits. As a member of the OEC Emerging Leaders Board you will be able to promote and support the mission of OEC to advance innovative, collaborative solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges for today and future generations. The OEC Emerging Leaders Board is looking for a diverse cross-section of Oregon’s brightest men and women ages 25-35 to: Increase the awareness of OEC and its programs through marketing, social ...

A note from the Emerging Leaders Board on “The Time is Now: Renew Oregon”

We’re not just an advisory board of entrepreneurs, strategists and community leaders lending our expertise to support of OEC’s mission. We’re also professionals, parents, aunts and uncles, daughters and sons. We’re Oregonians who were born in this beautiful state and people who moved here because we love this state so much. To safeguard our future, we must act on climate now. That’s why we created this video, narrated by best-selling author of “Wild”, Cheryl Strayed, to call for climate action. We care about climate change for so many reasons, but particularly because we're the first generation to experience the effects of climate ...

It’s Your Oregon Profile: Rob Nathan

I moved to Oregon in 2007 because I wanted to live, learn and love in a state I could be proud of. The place I came from was sunnier, warmer, but it was a place where my spirit was bogged down by overt discrimination laws, municipalities with no environmental stewardship ethic, massive urban sprawl, and some of least forward thinking water management practices in the country. It was a state with a lot of work to do that was not, and is not now, setting any trends for the future! In contrast, I believe Oregon is a leader in the sustainability movement and, as a global citizen, it is my duty to learn, participate and lead in Oregon’s effort to curb ...

It’s Your Oregon Profile: Alison Hopcroft


Get Dirty for Clean Air!

Get Dirty for Clean Air with the Slants, Dirty Revival and Oregon Environmental Council's Emerging Leaders Board. Happy Hour Auction with DJs II Trill and Ill Camino from 4-6 PM (no ticket required) and show from 6-8 PM. You can purchase tickets for the show at https://getdirtyforcleanair.splashthat.com/ This show is 21+ Proceeds support OEC's work to hold polluters accountable for global warming pollution.