NEVADA CONSERVATION LEAGUE NEWS RELEASE – The Nevada Conservation League has named April Mastroluca executive director. The former Nevada Assemblywoman will officially start with the leading statewide conservation organization August 26.
“All of us at the Nevada Conservation League are very excited and looking forward to working with April Mastroluca as our new Executive Director. Her leadership, experience, integrity and dedication will help make NCL a more powerful force than ever before,” said Steve Rypka, chair of the NCL 501C-3 board.
“The selection of April Mastroluca as the new executive director of NCL will further our efforts as the leading independent political voice of the Nevada conservation community,” said Robert Buntjer, chair of the NCL board.
A life-long resident of southern Nevada, Mastroluca served two terms in the Nevada Assembly. Her political experience coupled with more than ten years of non-profit and professional experience made her a top contender for the position.
“Nevada Conservation Leagues has become a powerful voice in Nevada and I am honored to have the opportunity to work with the board members and staff to lead NCL in to the future,” said April Mastroluca.
Former executive director Scot Rutledge led the NCL for more than seven years. Through his vision and leadership, the organization has experienced successful policy engagement, community awareness and growth. He has resigned to pursue other interests outside of the United States.
The Nevada Conservation League is the independent political voice of Nevada’s conservation community. NCL works to make shared values a priority for Nevada through effective advocacy and the election of pro-environment candidates. Over the past decade, NCL has been a unifying force in Nevada’s conservation community leading efforts to clean up Nevada’s air and water, transitioning Nevada to a clean energy economy and ensuring protection for Nevada’s most important natural resources and wildlife.