Senior Vice President of People, Equity & Culture - Conservation Law Foundation
Conservation Law Foundation
About the organization
CLF protects New England’s environment for the benefit of all people. We use the law, science and the market to create solutions that preserve our natural resources, build healthy communities, and sustain a vibrant economy.
As part of CLF’s commitment to building an anti-racist environmental organization, CLF created a new executive leadership position, the Senior Vice President of People, Equity & Culture, which reports to the President. This senior executive will set the vision for and operationalize CLF’s diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) plan. The SVP will lead the transformational culture work to ensure that CLF is an inclusive and equitable place to work where all team members can bring their full and authentic selves to the workplace. The SVP will also build out CLF’s recruitment, onboarding, retention, management training, and leadership development programs and processes, ensuring the organization is equitable and diverse.
Executive or leadership experience overseeing an organization’s people, culture, and/ or DEI functions
Demonstrated ability to set the vision, strategy for, and implementation of DEI and anti-racist inititaives
Track record of working on and with executive leadership teams, and holding them accountable for setting and executing DEI strategic plans
Experience leading, building, and/or improving the recruitment, onboarding, retention, and professional development functions of an organization
Experience in change management and deep culture change work
A track record as an empathetic manager who can build capacity and develop individuals and teams
Sincere interest in mission driven, social impact, or social justice work
Equal Opportunity Employment
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