Sarene Marshall is the Managing Director for the Nature Conservancy's global Climate Change Team. Her previous roles on the Climate Change team include Deputy Team Lead and Associate Director of the Conservancy’s program aimed at Reducing Emissions from Deforestation. Sarene came to the Conservancy in 2002 and served from 2004-2007 as Director of Business Planning and Analysis, responsible for organization-wide strategic planning and key change management and globalization projects on behalf of the CEO and his direct reports. Before joining the Conservancy, Sarene was a Senior Associate with Mercer Management Consulting (now called Oliver Wyman), a division of Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC).
Previously, Sarene spent five years in the Latin America program of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), where she managed grants administration, led the establishment of WWF offices in the region, and developed fundraising tools and strategies. She holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and an MA in International Studies from University of Pennsylvania, and is fluent in Spanish.
In the third of her series on eating locally-produced food, Sarene Marshall finds a great way for those who don't have the time or motivation to grow their own to enjoy fresh, local fruits and veggies. More
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