Meet Hollie Conde

We’re once again excited to introduce you to another new member of our CVI team – Hollie Conde. Hollie is stepping into the Legislative and Public Lands Coordinator position where she will responsible for advocating for the protection of Idaho’s public lands and advancing and defending conservation and voting rights policy in the Idaho State…

Meet Anne Zabala

We’re thrilled to introduce and welcome another new member of our CVI team, Anne Zabala as our Campaigns Manager. As CVI’s Campaigns Manager, Anne is responsible for supporting the Field Associate and Voter Outreach Team. She plans and executes CVI’s community organizing and mobilization strategies, electoral work, endorsement process, field work, digital organizing, and data…

Why Should You Vote?

If you’ve recently been online, watched any news, or joined our email list you may have heard that the presidential election is just around the corner. It’s everywhere. You may have seen ads or posts that ask you to “make sure you’re registered to vote!” followed by a “make sure you go out and vote!…

Meet Cami Murray

We’re thrilled to introduce and welcome a new member of our CVI team, Cami Murray, as our new Development & Outreach Coordinator. Cami will be responsible for developing and implementing our fundraising strategies to help build and enhance CVI’s relationship with our amazing donors and members. She’ll also be assisting in implementing our communications plan…

Meet Toni Belknap-Brinegar

We’re so excited to introduce a new member of the CVI team! Please join us in welcoming Toni Belknap-Brinegar, our new Boards & Commissions Coordinator. As the Boards & Commissions Coordinator, Toni will be launching our brand new program – the Boards & Commissions Fellowship Program – which aims to increase diversity and representation on…

Celebrating Latino Conservation Week, Part Three

By Antonio Hernandez …When I thought about what a conservationist looked like I did not picture myself, the son of 1st generation immigrants… Today marks the end of Latino Conservation (not to be mistaken for “conservative”) week. To be honest, conservation was not a word I was familiar with before 2018. Even then I was…