Doug Lashley Joins the Board of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and the Advisory Committee for the Chesapeake Trust Fund Financing Task Force
by Shane Mudd | March 16, 2015
As part of GreenVest’s on-going efforts to provide leadership and advocacy in the environmental field, President Doug Lashley has recently accepted two new positions with some of the Chesapeake Bay’s strongest and most innovative conservation efforts.
In January 2015, Doug was honored to accept a position as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, which has been working since 1971 to fulfill its mission of bringing together “individuals, organizations, businesses and governments to find collaborative solutions, to build a strong commitment to stewardship, and to deliver innovative, broadly-supported programs that benefit the land, waters, and residents of the Chesapeake Bay.”
In addition to the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Doug is also excited to accept a role as an Advisory Committee Member for the Chesapeake Trust Fund Financing Task Force, a new University of Maryland collaboration between the Environmental Finance Center and the Center for Social Value Creation. As described by the Environmental Finance Center, “The two centers will establish a student led Task Force, which will be charged with developing a detailed business plan for establishing a new public-private financing institution in support of the Chesapeake Bay restoration and protection effort. The result of the Task Force’s work will be the development and implementation of one of the most innovative and potentially effective public-private financing partnerships in support of environmental protection.”
Doug already has a presence on the campus at Maryland as an adjunct teaching a graduate level course in sustainability in the Colvin School of Real Estate headquartered in the School of Architecture.
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