Administrative Director, Development

Natural Resources Defense Council

New York, New York

Launched in 1970 at the forefront of the environmental movement, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is the among the nation’s most effective environmental advocacy and action organization.

NRDC brings together the expertise of more than 600 scientists, lawyers and policy advocates with the goal of safeguarding the earth: its people, plants and animals and the natural systems on which life depends.

Thus, NRDC is positioned as never before to confront these new dangers with integrity, honesty, collaboration and the unwavering pursuit of fairness, equity and justice.

NRDC aims to ensure the rights of people to clean air, clean water and healthy communities through its important efforts to stop climate change and improve the state of our energy, food, oceans, water and the wild. Some of the nation’s bedrock environmental laws are the result of NRDC’s efforts, including the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act. NRDC uses data and science to find root causes for the problems that confront us, develops transformative solutions, mobilizes support and uses business efforts, litigation, partnership and advocacy to make change and have a positive impact on society and the world.

As NRDC prepares for its 50th anniversary, it is investing resources to grow its development team in order to meet the increasing demand for its advocacy. There has never been a more critical time to join the team that helps protect the air, land and water on which all life depends.

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​Jon Derek Croteau

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