The Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) has introduced the deliberate retirement of its longtime govt director, Lynn Rubinstein. Her time period will proceed till early fall 2022. “Few folks have served NERC with extra dedication or dedication than Lynn Rubinstein. She has been on the forefront of so many connections, tasks and initiatives that haven’t solely raised the profile and fame of NERC, however have additionally supported and promoted the recycling, reuse, restoration of natural supplies , product stewardship, safer stable waste administration, and variety/fairness/inclusion for the mutual good thing about the general public, companies, and state and native governments within the Northeast area and past. We’re all each so unhappy to see Lynn go, but so grateful for Lynn’s management,” commented NERC Board Chairman Josh Kelly.
NERC will work with TSNE, an knowledgeable in nonprofit govt director transitions, to work with the Board and key stakeholders to make sure NERC continues to be the distinctive group it has been. over the previous 35 years with no lack of efficiency. or high quality throughout transition or with the hiring of a brand new basic supervisor.
Megan Mansfield Pryor, Vice Chair of the Board, famous that “the Board has a stable plan to discover a new Chief Govt Officer who will meet the wants of the group as it’s and because it evolves. she grows up. Now we have assembled a devoted staff who, along with our knowledgeable advisors at TSNE, will guarantee a clean transition of NERC management. We’re extraordinarily grateful to Lynn for all she has accomplished for NERC and for her tireless dedication to making sure NERC continues to thrive.
NERC will start accepting expressions of curiosity for the place within the close to future and expects to publish a job description in early June.