SRT CEO to retire in December
The Sequoia Riverlands Trust (SRT) Board of Directors has announced the retirement of Soapy Mulholland, President/CEO, at the end of 2019.
During her nearly 20 years of leadership, Soapy has successfully guided the organization from inception to its current status as a nationally recognized and accredited land trust. Today the organization is fully staffed with experts in the field of conservation, and has worked with farmers and ranchers, other non-profits, and agencies to protect over 40,000 acres of land from development. SRT hosts an exceptional education program serving school districts, interns, and adults, and supports a policy department which works on policies affecting farmers, ranchers and recreationists at local, state and national levels. While Soapy may be irreplaceable, the Board has engaged Jenn Raley Miller of executive search firm Waldron to find SRT's next exceptional leader.
"The SRT Board wishes Soapy well in her next ventures and we are grateful for years of exceptional service to SRT," said Board Chair Mark Larsen. "Her entrepreneurial nature was key to establishing SRT as an innovative land trust."
A send-off for Soapy is planned for the fall.
Sequoia Riverlands Trust is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. To be considered please visit here and submit your resume and a cover letter expressing your interest in SRT's mission and your qualifications for the role. You can also visit the SRT website Careers page for information.