Meet Our New Board Members!

Over the last few months, I Love A Clean San Diego has welcomed two new Board members to our ranks.

This spring, Eric Johnson joined the Board, bringing with him some serious knowledge as the head of corporate sustainability for Sony Electronics. You may have seen him leading Sony volunteer teams at this year’s Creek to Bay Cleanup and Kids’ Ocean Day. He’s already made an impact on the organization by recruiting some of his colleagues to donate their time to create an interactive recycling game that can be played on our new Sony touchscreen computer. Stay tuned for information about the launch of this new game in the next few months!

The newest addition to ILACSD’s Board of Directors is Clint Carney, a public relations guru who has been acting as a volunteer site captain for Creek to Bay and Coastal Cleanup Day at his local beach, Windansea, for the past few years. We first met Clint in 2009 when we worked together to coordinate a “supermarket sweep” type of event to celebrate America Recycles Day at a local Walmart. Clint brings a wealth of experience in media relations, government relations, community outreach, and public policy to ILACSD. Aside from his volunteer commitments, he currently manages corporate communications, public affairs and business development duties for a San Diego telemedicine company.

These two join seven other enthusiastic board members who continue to be strong ambassadors for a clean San Diego. Learn more about Eric, Clint, and all of our other board members here.

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