Ane Deister, Executive Director
Natalie Keeve, Program Manager
Kimberly Cox, Advancement Manager
Amanda Vasquez, Communications Coordinator
Adler & Colvin Law Firm – David Levitt
Blue Moon Design – Sharon Anderson
GreenInfo Network – Larry Orman
Photo Credit: Riverview Media Photography
Ane Deister, Executive Director
Natalie Keeve, J.D. is the Program Manager for CCLT and is responsible for overseeing CCLT’s programs, events and membership. Natalie has extensive experience in leadership roles developing programs and planning events. She has worked as Program and Event Director at the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce where she managed monthly and annual fundraising events and developed new programs designed to increase membership, add revenue and facilitate community involvement. She also worked as Sales and Event Manager at Fresno Shows where she did the sales and coordination of large events with up to 30,000 attendees. She has volunteered with numerous non-profits in the areas of social services, youth outreach and animal welfare. She is currently a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) with Child Advocates of Placer County. Natalie graduated magna cum laude from Chapman University with a B.A. in Organizational Leadership and received a J.D. degree with distinction from McGeorge School of Law. In addition to working while in law school, she volunteered with the Human Rights/Fair Housing Commission and served in leadership roles in a number of school organizations. Upon graduation, she received the Capital Commendation Certificate for Superior Commitment to public service and membership in the Traynor Honor Society. She is an active member of the California State Bar, with memberships in the Environmental Law Section and the California Young Lawyers Association.
Kimberly Cox is the Advancement Manager for CCLT. The world of charitable, nonprofit organizations is not new to her. Kimberly brings more than twenty years of nonprofit administration and fundraising experience to her CCLT post. Prior to joining the CCLT, Kimberly served as Director of Development for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento, Director of Development for Child Abuse Prevention Council of San Joaquin, and Director of Major Giving at KVIE-Channel 6 – leading the stations $5M Capital Campaign for its digital conversion. Kimberly earned a B.A. in Business Management from St. Mary’s College of California. She has been a longtime member and past board member of California Capital Chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Amanda Vasquez is the Communications Coordinator for CCLT and also coordinates the Policy Committee. She has worked primarily with environmental non-profits organizing environmental restoration projects, events, and communications. Previous to CCLT, she worked with Sierra Native Alliance leading the Native Youth Conservation Corps program. This allowed her to work throughout the Sierra Nevada Foothills with many local government, environmental, and Native American organizations. In the past she has also worked with Our City Forest and the Environmental Law Institute. Amanda received her B.S. from Santa Clara University with majors in Political Science, Environmental Studies, and Communications.