May 16, 2022 (NEW HAVEN, CT) – Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) has selected Shannon Laun as the organization’s first Vice President for Connecticut. Shannon has been a staff attorney with CLF since early 2021.
“Shannon is an impassioned environmental champion,” said Bradley Campbell, President of CLF. “She has been critical in growing our advocacy and partnerships across Connecticut during her time at CLF, and this is a much-deserved promotion. I know she will continue her tireless advocacy to protect the state’s resources and safeguard the state’s communities against the climate impacts we know are coming.”
“How we act in the next few years will have an enormous impact on the future of Connecticut’s communities,” said Shannon Laun, Vice President of CLF Connecticut. “Now is the time to slash polluting emissions, prepare our communities to be resilient to the climate crisis, and ensure our natural resources are protected. I’m excited to continue my work at CLF in this new role shaping our advocacy in Connecticut.”
Prior to joining CLF, Shannon was an attorney with Western Environmental Law Center and Connecticut Fund for the Environment (now Save the Sound) and served as a legal fellow with the Environmental Law Institute and Environmental Defense Fund. Shannon holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles.
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