The Sierra Fund promoted Carrie Monohan, PhD, to the new position of Associate Director of Innovation and Science, the number two position at The Sierra Fund. This is delightful news because not only is Carrie delightful, but she is a super-charged, accomplished, innovative, and amazing leader. Carrie will be responsible for helping develop the vision and strategy of The Sierra Fund, providing scientific leadership, representing the organization in regional, state, and national forums, and advancing scientifically sound and effective approaches that build increased resiliency in the Sierra Nevada.
This is opening up our Program Director role. Please help pass on the word to your colleagues and friends who might be interested in applying for our open Program Director position. The Program Director is a vital member of the senior leadership team, developing and maintaining partnerships to increase the pace and scale of conservation in the Sierra, providing program staff with guidance and oversight, leading integrated ecosystem restoration efforts, advocating for key policy reforms, and helping raise funds, partners, and resources to advance program goals. For more on the full duties, qualifications and how to apply – visit here.