August 17, 2022 (BOSTON, MA) – Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) has named Deanna Moran as the organization’s next Vice President of Healthy and Resilient Communities. She will oversee a team focused on climate resilience, waterfront protections, research and partnerships, impact investing, and farm and food.
“Deanna has been a critical member of the CLF team for several years,” said CLF President Bradley Campbell. “Her work protecting Boston’s waterfront and pushing for climate resilience has resulted in wins in the courtroom and the state house. She’s undoubtedly the best person to lead our healthy and resilient communities team through the coming years.”
“Creating healthy communities that are resilient to climate impacts means putting people and their well-being at the center of our work,” said Deanna Moran. “These issues are affecting people’s lives as we speak, so this work has never been more important or more urgent. I’m thrilled for the opportunity to lead this team and continue my work at CLF.”
Deanna previously served as CLF’s Director of Environmental Planning. She joined the organization in 2016 after spending three years at a New Jersey-based community development organization, where she worked with local government, community groups, and other stakeholders to devise and implement neighborhood revitalization strategies. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from the University at Buffalo and a Master of Public Policy and a Master of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University.
Deanna will take over her new role from Maggie Super Church, who left CLF earlier this year.
CLF experts are available for further comment.