Melissa Hippler joined CIEL as Director of Development in November, 2000. Ms. Hippler has worked for nearly 20 years in development, raising money for environmental and other progressive public interest groups. She has developed, implemented, and managed all aspects of fund raising programs for groups like Ozone Action, PEER—Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, the Environmental Support Center, National Audubon Society, and the Seventh Generation Fund.
Ms. Hippler has also coordinated the annual nation-wide conference of state councils for the Environmental Support Center and was a co-founder of Earth Share, the national environmental federation.
Ms. Hippler can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive CIEL's monthy newletter, click here.
For 20 years, CIEL
has understood the interconnectedness
of our planet’s social and ecological systems, and sees collaboration, legal action, and public interest advocacy as essential means to protect those systems.