Environment & Conservation

Environment & Conservation

Koya has a long track record of partnering with environmental and conservation organizations, from national and global advocates working to address climate change to local conservation organizations. We have recruited national and global leaders in environmental and conservation science and policy, advocacy, natural resource and wildlife protection, climate and energy, and others.

We understand the vital role these organizations play under ever increasing pressures and demands, including the need to build more diverse teams and bases of support, effect meaningful policy change, and protect rapidly disappearing lands and resources.

Our work in environment and conservation includes CEO/President/Executive Director searches and senior leadership in program, administration, research, policy, fundraising, and more.

Selected Clients

We are proud to have worked with the selected environment and conservation clients listed below and many more.

Selected Placed Leaders

We are proud to have placed hundreds of transformational leaders with clients across the country and around the world. We support and celebrate these leaders as they continue to create a deep and measurable impact on our world.

Current Opportunities

Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer

NRDC is committed to infusing the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into its work and workplace. This high-level commitment and focus will enrich the work environment and enhance NRDC’s effectiveness as an advocate for the safeguarding of our earth and environmental justice.

Vice President and Executive Director

The incoming Vice President and Executive Director must have demonstrated success in implementing
innovative conservation, policy, engagement, and development strategies that inspire the region’s decisionmakers, conservation partners, and philanthropic community to invest in Audubon’s conservation vision and strategic plan.

Vice President of Finance

About The Wilderness Society Founded in 1935, The Wilderness Society (TWS) is the leading American conservation organization working to protect this nation’s treasured natural areas and federal public lands. Instrumental in the passage of the 1964 Wilderness Act, TWS has helped to protect more than 111 million acres of U.S. public wildlands since their founding and has been a major leader in protecting and stewarding our public lands. With a renewed effort to ensure their work reflects the cultures and perspectives of people across the United States, the Wilderness Society is at an inflection point in its almost 85-year history. The Wilderness Society is in the process of challenging itself to have greater impact at such an important time and the role we play in contributing to the sustainability of our planet for future generations. With a $35MM annual operating budget, 153 total staff, a presence on Capitol Hill and regional offices in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, California, Idaho, Maine, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Washington and Wyoming, TWS has seen significant growth in their resources over the last several years, and will soon be completing a year-long strategic planning effort that will chart our course for the next decade. This is an exciting time of…

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