Sue Reid Named Vice President and Director, CLF Massachusetts

Dec 14, 2010 by  | Bio |  1 Comment »

CLF announces Senior Attorney Sue Reid’s appointment as vice president and director of CLF Massachusetts. Longtime director Peter Shelley will take on the new role of senior counsel, in which he will focus on marine conservation issues.

BOSTON, MA  December 14, 2010 – Sue Reid has been named vice president and director of the Massachusetts office of the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), effective January 1, 2011. Reid joined CLF as a staff attorney in 2005, and for the past several years has been serving as director of CLF’s Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Change Initiative and as a senior attorney. The announcement was made today by John Kassel, president of CLF. Kassel also announced that current CLF Massachusetts Director Peter Shelley will assume the role of senior counsel for CLF, re-focusing his attention on marine conservation advocacy issues.

In her new role, Reid will be responsible for developing initiatives across all of CLF’s programs and CLF Ventures that advance CLF’s mission in Massachusetts. She will work closely with the Massachusetts board of directors, as well as directors in CLF’s other state offices in Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire, to drive environmental solutions that benefit both the state and the region as a whole. Continue reading >>

One Response to “Sue Reid Named Vice President and Director, CLF Massachusetts”

  1. Alan Nogee

    Congratulations to CLF and to Sue, whose brilliant and tireless work late into many nights and weekends was instrumental in the recent victory with the Department of Public Utilities’ approval of the Cape Wind contract! Along with her other successes with the Green Communities Act and much more…. Well deserved!

    Best wishes,
    Alan Nogee, Union of Concerned Scientists