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Explore Ecology Hires Stephen MacIntosh as New Director of Development
Santa Barbara environmental education and art discovery non-profit organization hires MacIntosh to grow community relations and financial support
Explore Ecology, a Santa Barbara based environmental education and art organization has selected Stephen MacIntosh to serve in a newly created role of Director of Development. MacIntosh is a skilled executive with diverse experience in the public and private sectors. With a broad administrative background and excellent management abilities that have been developed in several industries, MacIntosh’s areas of expertise include budgeting, strategic planning, finance, human resources, public relations and sustainability.
MacIntosh previously contributed to Explore Ecology’s growth as a board member. “Over the past 16 years, I have been connected to the wonderful people and programs at Explore Ecology (http://www.ExploreEcology.org)
MacIntosh holds a Masters degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University and a Multicultural / Bilingual Teaching Credential from San Jose State University. His previous work experience includes serving as General Manager at Republic Services of Oxnard and at Allied Waste Services and Environmental Services Supervisor at the City of Santa Barbara.
“Explore Ecology’s education and art programs are incredible,”
Cay Sanchez, Explore Ecology’s Executive Director shares “We couldn’t have asked for a more knowledgeable and skilled addition to our staff. Stephen’s past work experience and his long involvement with our organization seems tailor-made for his new position as Development Director.
“There has never been a more important time to provide our children with a clear understanding of recycling, composting and the need to protect our watersheds and beaches in Santa Barbara County,” adds MacIntosh. “I look forward with great enthusiasm to helping Explore Ecology reach even more of our community’s youth with the critically important messages of protecting and conserving the earth’s natural resources. The future is bright!”
About Explore Ecology: Explore Ecology (http://www.exploreecology.org/