Audubon Society of Rhode Island is pleased to welcome Jeffrey C. Hall as its new Executive Director.
Jeff has been at the Audubon Society of Rhode Island for more than 20 years. He joined the organization as the Director of the Environmental Education Center (now the Audubon Nature Center and Aquarium) and served most recently as Senior Director of Advancement. In that role Jeff managed all functions related to fund development, communications, marketing, and public relations and developed and implemented Audubon’s successful 2016 endowment campaign that surpassed its goal by $1.5 million.
In his new position as Executive Director, Jeff will partner with the Board of Directors to lead the Audubon Society of Rhode Island and ensure that the organization is meeting its goals while staying true to its mission, vision, values, and ambitious strategic plan. Additionally, he will work closely with Audubon’s broad and engaged members and supporters and expand and strengthen community partnerships.
About The Audubon Society of Rhode Island
The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is an independent, not-for-profit environmental organization dedicated to statewide environmental education, conservation, and advocacy. Established in 1897, it is the oldest environmental organization in the state.
Audubon is one of the largest environmental educators in Rhode Island, reaching well over 20,000 people each year. The organization has grown to become one of the largest private landholders in Rhode Island. It now protects nearly 9,500 acres of wildlife habitat for future generations. Many Audubon wildlife refuges are open to the public for hiking, birding, wildlife observation, and nature photography. Audubon advocates both locally and at the state level on critical issues that protect the environment and promote policies that mitigate the impacts of climate change.
For more information about Audubon Society of Rhode Island, please visit http://asri.org