The Conservation Alliance’s Sally Hardin Moves to Conservation Policy Role in White House


Washington, D.C. – The Conservation Alliance’s (TCA) Sally Hardin has accepted a role at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, beginning today as CEQ’s Director for Lands. Formerly TCA’s Senior Director for Advocacy and Government Affairs, Hardin will be working on land and water conservation policy for the Biden administration. 

“During her time at The Conservation Alliance, Sally was an impact player who advanced our advocacy program by thinking strategically about the role that our over 270 member companies can play in shaping conservation policy for people and communities across the country,” said Shoren Brown, Vice President for Public Affairs at TCA. “While we are sad to see her go, we’re thrilled to have a TCA alumna joining the Biden administration to work on furthering land protection at this critical time.”  

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