The Conservation Alliance Announces Search for Executive Director

The new Executive Director will work closely with the board of directors and staff to advance The Conservation Alliance’s strategic goals

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April 2, 2024 – The Conservation Alliance (TCA) is planning to hire a new Executive Director (ED)  that will work closely with the staff and Board of Directors  as the organization’s strategic and operational leader charged with  ensuring sound strategic positioning and the execution of The Conservation Alliance’s mission.

“The appointment of a new Executive Director  comes at an  important and exciting time for The Conservation Alliance.” said Annie Nyborg, Head of Environmental and Social Impact at Peak Designs and Chair of the TCA Board of Directors, “TCA recognizes that the conservation landscape is shifting, including the need for more effective policy solutions to address ever-changing environmental and conservation priorities and challenges.”

The next Executive Director will lead the effort to push TCA into a new era of impact. Key to delivering on the organization’s needs will be the collaboration of the Board and staff on the path forward through a significant and robust strategic planning effort that is focused on growth. Through this process, the Executive Director will have the ability, in partnership with the Board, to shape the future of the organization, and position it for greater success. 

The new ED will serve as the key strategic and operational leader overseeing the administration, programs, strategic planning, and financial management of TCA. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors (BOD), and key responsibilities will include Board management and engagement, strategic and annual planning, fundraising and financial management, staff management, and external relations and public affairs.

To learn more  about The Conservation Alliance,  visit To learn more and  apply for the role, please visit this link.