Carol Gregory

Vice President of Communications & Marketing CLF Massachusetts

Carol Gregory is the Vice President of Communications and Marketing for CLF. In this role Carol develops and oversees external communication and marketing initiatives including media relations, online engagement, and development communications.

Carol has more than 20 years of strategic communications, marketing, and broadcast journalism experience. Following a career in television, where she produced and wrote national and syndicated television specials and documentaries, she turned her attention to elevating the message of advocacy organizations. She has held leadership roles at a wide range of nonprofits including Greenpeace, YMCA of Metropolitan Washington, and Amnesty International USA.

Carol served on the Board of Directors for the Audubon Naturalist Society from 2009 through 2012, the oldest independent environmental organization in the Metropolitan Washington area that connects conservation activities with environmental education.

Carol is a native of North Carolina who relocated to the New England region from Washington, D.C. She enjoys hiking, great culinary experiences, and traveling to film festivals. She is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C.


Recent Posts

Lessons from the Gulf: Protecting New England Communities from Toxic Spills
We first published a version of this blog in September of 2017. Over six days in August 2017, Hurricane Harvey dumped 27 trillion gallons of water on Houston and parts of the Gulf Coast, leaving a wide swath of destruction and toxic pollution for communities to deal with in the storm’s wake. Harvey damaged or destroyed…
Hurricanes and the Pandemic: Preparing for Dual Disasters
We’re already well into the alphabet when it comes to 2020’s hurricane season – and August has barely even begun. Tropical Storm Isaias blew through New England yesterday, downing trees and power lines, flooding roads, and even triggering a statewide tornado warning in Massachusetts. At its hurricane strength, Isaias brought massive flooding to Puerto Rico…
Breaking: CLF’s ExxonMobil Lawsuit Passes Major Milestone
Last week, CLF crossed a major milestone in our case against oil giant ExxonMobil when a federal judge in Boston ruled that our lawsuit could move forward. For decades, ExxonMobil has left communities in Massachusetts in harm’s way by failing to fortify its Everett, Massachusetts, oil distribution terminal against the impacts of climate change. One strong storm could…
Lessons from Houston: Protecting New England Communities from Toxic Spills
Over six days, Hurricane Harvey dumped 27 trillion gallons of water on Houston and parts of the Gulf Coast, leaving a wide swath of destruction and toxic pollution for communities to deal with as they try to rebuild from the storm. 100,000 homes incurred damage or were lost altogether, and restoration efforts are estimated to…

 

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