Sarah Rose is the vice president of climate with the National Audubon Society. Prior to this role, she served as the executive director for Audubon California. For nearly 20 years, Sarah has managed successful regional, state and national campaigns in support of candidates, ballot measures, and landmark environmental practices and policies. Before her time with Audubon, Sarah served as the CEO for the California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) Education Fund, as well as their sister organization, CLCV, the political action arm of the state’s environmental movement. Sarah previously worked with the Western Conservation Foundation, a public charity that gives grants to nonprofits working to build leaders to protect the West’s land, air, and water. Prior to her role with WCF she worked for more than 15 years at CLCV, first as political director and ultimately as executive vice president, overseeing CLCV’s advocacy and campaign work along with its collaboration with the wider environmental community on legislative priorities. Sarah lives in Berkeley with her husband, Brian, and two daughters. Experiencing California’s great outdoors is one of the great joys of her life, particularly skiing in the Sierra Mountains and hiking through coastal redwoods.