Laurie O'Reilly

Chief Content Officer CLF Massachusetts @laurieoreilly

Laurie O’Reilly is CLF’s Chief Content Officer. In this role, she is responsible for managing CLF’s content strategy, sharing the stories of our advocacy work and the people and communities impacted by it through CLF’s website, social media channels, email, print newsletter, and much more.

Laurie brings more than a decade of marketing and communications experience to CLF, including for two of New England’s leading conservation nonprofits: the Appalachian Mountain Club and The Trustees of Reservations. At AMC, she managed marketing for AMC’s publishing, lodging, ecommerce, and education programs. As Marketing and Membership Director at The Trustees, she oversaw the organization’s brand identity, marketing, communications, and outreach efforts and supported significant fundraising work.

Laurie grew up on the coast of Maine and gets out to hike and bike whenever she can.

Recent Posts

3M Lawsuit Delays Critical Drinking Water Tests in New Hampshire
UPDATE September 24, 2020: The New Hampshire Legislature adopted the Department of Environmental Services’ drinking water standards as law earlier this year, prompting the New Hampshire Supreme Court to send 3M’s case back to the trial court. After the trial court judge lifted the temporary injunction on the regulations, allowing them to go into effect.…
Environmental Justice is Racial Justice
CLF Senior Attorney Staci Rubin took to Twitter recently to talk about how environmentalism and anti-racism are connected. Where we live affects things like how much air pollution we experience every day, how long our commute is, how much open space we have access to, and whether we have access to healthy homes, nourishing food,…
New Hampshire Supreme Court Will Decide Fate of Key Landfill Expansion Permit
In 2018, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) approved a permit for the Turnkey Landfill in Rochester, New Hampshire – already New England’s largest landfill – to expand its footprint by nearly 60 acres. CLF opposed this major expansion. Landfills emit harmful greenhouse gases and eventually leak, putting both the environment and human…
Getting the Lead Out
When the Flint, Michigan, water crisis made national headlines, it served as a wake-up call for many New England communities. Across the region, cities and towns began looking at the state of their own water systems to ensure they were safe and lead-free. In Claremont, New Hampshire, a city of just over 13,000 near the…
Farmland Matters
Vermont’s I-89 boasts many beautiful views along its 191 miles, but one of its most scenic vistas lies at Exit 4 in Randolph. As you leave the highway, the road opens to reveal nearly 200 acres of lush farm fields sloping down to a valley of dense trees, with mountains cascading to the horizon. It’s…


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