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

Calling Big Oil to Account
Climate impacts are here now, yet the very companies most responsible for our changing climate are doing little to prepare their coastal facilities for its impact. Big Oil operates large oil and gas storage terminals across New England. Perched on the edges of rivers, bays, and sounds, so tankers have easy access, these facilities often…
How Many Times Must a Community Say No?
Now that a key permit the plant needed has been revoked, it seems this biomass plant project may finally be on its last legs. Why has this fight taken so many years? Arena: [The siting of the Palmer Renewable Energy biomass plant] is what environmental racism looks like. Is it about money? Yes. Is it…
Resilience from the Ground Up
Extended heat waves, stronger nor’easters, more intense and frequent rainstorms – these are some of the climate impacts expected to affect New England. But they will hit some communities harder than others. Those living in urban areas with little tree cover, for example, suffer more when heat waves strike. The acres of buildings and pavement…
Here’s What Climate Action Led By and For the Community Looks Like
Extended heat waves, stronger nor’easters, more intense and frequent rainstorms – these are some of the climate impacts expected to affect New England. But they will hit some communities harder than others. Those living in urban areas with little tree cover, for example, suffer more when heat waves strike. The acres of buildings and pavement…
This Community-led Project is Tackling Health and Climate Inequities
With climate impacts already affecting New England – from extended heat waves to heavier and more frequent rains – communities are turning their attention to protecting residents from ever-worsening climate fallout. These impacts will hit some communities harder than others, however. Those living in urban areas with little tree cover, for example, suffer more when heat…

 

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