Through a part-time pro bono fellowship, “unaffiliated” professionals can contribute their considerable experience and skill to protecting New England’s environment.
In continued pursuit of our mission to create comprehensive long-term solutions to environmental challenges, CLF has launched the Senior Fellows Program – an exciting opportunity for experienced lawyers, paralegals, analysts, engineers, and scientists who are transitioning into retirement or out of a career break. Senior Fellows are selected and assigned to projects based on their interests and relevant expertise, as well as CLF’s strategic priorities. Current program areas include, but are not limited to: clean air, clean energy and climate change, clean water, ocean conservation, and transportation and environmental justice. For a comprehensive list of our programmatic priorities, click here.
Interested in becoming a Senior Fellow? Click here for details about the position and the application process.
David Bono, Esq.
Energy law and regulation, renewable energy
Tom Bryan, Esq.
Research and analysis, market-based solutions
Urban planning, climate resiliency
John Davenport, Esq.
Rodney Dowell, Esq.
Professional development, climate change
Senior Advisor to the President
Erica Kyzmir-McKeon, Esq.
Food & Farm (Legal Food Hub)
Marine science, ocean conservation
Marie Lefton, Esq.
Strategic planning, program evaluation, professional development
Kirstie Pecci, Esq.
Zero Waste Project
Win Quayle, Esq.
Climate resiliency, coastal river restoration, in-house legal
Mary Rose Scozzafava, Esq.
Food & Farm
Wendy Sheu, Esq.
Clean Energy and Climate Change
Financial analysis (energy, transportation)