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. She currently serves as chair of the Board of Directors for the Institute for Humane Education, which seeks to create a more just, peaceful, and healthy world through education.


Recent Posts

Video: Putting ExxonMobil on Trial
Conservation Law Foundation is suing ExxonMobil over the corporate giant’s deliberate campaign of deceit about climate change – which put local communities here in New England at risk. The company’s failure to fortify its oil storage facility in Everett against climate impacts could result in catastrophic spills of oil and other toxic pollution into the…
Video: Boston Harbor Clean Up Reaches New Milestone
CLF Senior Counsel Peter Shelley filed the lawsuit that led to the clean up of Boston Harbor in 1983. Watch as he reflects on the 33-year fight to restore the “dirtiest harbor in America” to the people of Boston.
Screening: A Climate of Change at the Somerville Theatre
Join the Island Institute and Conservation Law Foundation for a special screening of the Institute’s “A Climate of Change” film series. Across New England and the nation, fishermen and scientists are observing shifts in the ecosystem and dramatic changes on the water. The Climate of Change films examine the effects of climate change on the…
Five Questions for: Dr. Sylvia Earle
In August, Dr. Sylvia Earle, world-renowned conservationist, oceanographer, National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, and founder/chairman of Sylvia Earle Alliance/Mission Blue, launched a dive expedition to Cashes Ledge, the underwater mountain range 80 miles off the coasts of Portland. Dr. Earle joined the expedition to amplify the efforts of CLF and Mission Blue, as well as scientists, business…
Your Attendence Needed in Providence Next Tuesday
Momentum is building for protecting ocean habitats in New England – and your voice has never been more important. Next Tuesday, September 15, NOAA is holding a town hall meeting to hear from people like you about why Cashes Ledge and the Coral Canyons and Seamounts deserve protection as the Atlantic’s first Marine National Monuments.…

 

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