EarthShare NC was founded in 1991 by a group of nonprofits with the goal of connecting more people and resources to the conservation movement. We do this by partnering with employers to do workplace giving and employee engagement programs.
For more about the causes that bring us to work each day, see our impact.
Our Commitment to Diversity:
EarthShare NC is committed to representing our state’s diverse population in pursuit of our mission. Full engagement of minority communities is essential to not only the strengthening and preservation of the conservation movement, but to also ensuring that minority communities across NC have a more direct say in the state’s land and water future.
Local and state members in bold
EarthShare National Members
Heather was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. She earned a B.A. in Business Administration at Meredith College and an M.A. in Environmental Policy at Tufts University. Heather worked with Neuse River Foundation to establish the first Upper Neuse River Foundation program. She came to EarthShare North Carolina in 2001 and has served as Executive Director since 2006. Outside of work, Heather spends her time backpacking in the NC and VA mountains, cooking, and silversmithing.
Originally from New York City, Brian came to NC via Boston. After graduating college, he opened his own used and rare bookstore and has been involved in entrepreneurial pursuits and operational management ever since. He has a breadth of experience in operations, having built long term sustainable systems and infrastructure for multiple organizations resulting in strong organizational growth and stability. When he’s not at EarthShare NC you may find him around town with his three daughters.
Raised near Cincinnati, Laura Marie earned a B.S. in Biology from Case Western Reserve University. She went on to serve with AmeriCorps, leading environmental education programs and assisting with parks management in rural Ohio. She came to North Carolina to earn her Master of Environmental Management at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. Her graduate work focused on communications and community engagement. In her spare time Laura Marie enjoys weekend camping trips and folk music festivals.
Thank you to all our volunteers and interns. Our work would not be possible without you.
For information on how you can be involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-687-4840
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