Bedford 2030 welcomes new staff!
Bedford 2030 continues to increase capacity to take meaningful climate action. Two new full-time staff have been added to the team, expanding local initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This growth is made possible by generous funding from supportive donors.
Eve Hundt is the new Director of Natural Climate Solutions (NCS) for Bedford 2030. This new NCS initiative will launch in Spring 2022, focusing on preservation of natural resources, sustainable land management, and reduction of food waste. A Bedford resident for nearly 25 years, Eve managed affinity marketing for SavATree, served as President of Katonah Village Improvement Society and as a member of the Katonah-Lewisboro School Board. Her career has focused on developing effective communications and events, as well as building mutually beneficial partnerships with green industry and non-profit organizations.
Allison Hague is the new Community Engagement Manager for Bedford 2030. Her work will engage new audiences in climate action through accessible, inclusive outreach. Community-Based Conservation is her priority in the fight to protect the natural world. She served as an environmental educator and Communications Coordinator for the Wildlife Conservation Society’s education department, and as Program Coordinator for her local library. She is passionate about facilitating environmental conversations and connecting people with meaningful action.
If you would like to reach out to the Bedford 2030 team, please email email@example.com. For more information about the people behind Bedford 2030’s climate work, visit: https://bedford2030.org/about