Carrie Doyle

Program Officer, Environment

Carrie Doyle is a Program Officer in the Environment Program at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Carrie supports the U.S. climate portfolio, embracing a holisitic approach to decarbonizing American society as a means of addressing the climate emergency, keeping communities healthy, and ensuring a pathway to shared economic prosperity.

Carrie has spent the last three decades as an organizer, advocate, grant-maker, and strategist. She is best known for her work designing innovative models for advocacy that reach diverse audiences regardless of political, economic, or social persuasion. Previously, Carrie worked as a consultant to climate donors, as the Vice President for Public Engagement at the Energy Foundation, and as the Executive Director of Colorado Conservation Voters.

Carrie holds a bachelor’s in American studies from Stanford University.

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