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Manager of Field Engagement, Energy & Mining

Miami University: B.A., Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs
Columbia University: M.A., Economic and Political Development, Environmental Policy

In his current role at The Center for Environmental Leadership in Business (CELB), Greg Love develops working relationships and manages projects with energy and mining companies and Conservation International (CI) field programs that are aligned with the Energy & Mining program strategy. He works closely with other CI program managers in the field and in Washington and with corporate partners to promote best practices at hydrocarbon and mineral development projects and identify opportunities for "net benefit" outcomes for biodiversity.

Prior to joining CELB, Greg was the Manager of CI's Guatemala Program, where he worked as the primary contact for program operations between CI's headquarters in Washington, DC, and the field program in Guatemala. He was responsible for budget management, policy analysis, proposal research, and preparation and logistics coordination for projects with field and headquarters staff.

Greg served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala from 1991 to 1995, working on reforestation and soil conservation efforts. After returning to the United States, he attended Columbia University, where he completed a field project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and another in Chiapas and Nayarit, Mexico.


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