NRCM is partnering with Kittleman & Associates, LLC to guide us in the selection of NRCM's next CEO. A seven-member search committee comprised of representatives from the NRCM Board of Directors, NRCM staff, and NRCM Rising is overseeing the process. We are thrilled to be partnering with Kittleman during this important time in NRCM's history.
NRCM seeks a Chief Executive Officer who will join the organization at an important juncture in a state where environmental protection is valued and progress is achieved year after year through NRCM’s skilled advocacy. With its solid financial foundation and long list of nationally recognized achievements, NRCM has launched a new initiative to expand and deepen its connections with people and communities across Maine as it faces the challenges of climate change, pressures from building development, conflicts over natural resources, and the fragmentation of habitat. In the face of deepening political polarization, NRCM is committed to creating and maintaining broad-based collaborative coalitions as a core strategy for incorporating a diversity of perspectives in its work.
The full Chief Executive Officer Position Guide is now available. Referrals of potential candidates and expressions of interest will be accepted through the end of August 2022.
The NRCM Board of Directors is enormously grateful to Lisa Pohlmann for her 22 years of service to our organization. Lisa guided NRCM for more than a decade, strengthening its position as Maine’s leading environmental advocacy group with new efforts to amplify the voices of young environmental leaders and deepen engagement with people in all of Maine’s 16 counties. Read the press release to learn more about Lisa’s decision.
NRCM invites you to participate in the celebration of Lisa’s retirement by offering notes, stories, and/or pictures to a memory book we will be creating for her.
Digital submissions to www.newlywords.com/lisa-pohlmann-s-retirement will be formatted into a physical book presented later this year. Your contributions are enthusiastically welcomed by September 2, 2022.
Banner photo: Rainbow over Katahdin, by Man by the Sea