Tony Boom RV-Times, September 16th 2023
After 11 years as a volunteer-run operation, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now is looking to hire its first employee.
The group has raised more than half of a $90,000 funding campaign target and hopes to post a job listing for an executive director in November and fill the position early next year.
“We are taking SOCAN to the next level by hiring a first executive director,” said Alan Journet, who co-founded the group with his wife, Kathy Conway. The pair have served as co-facilitators.