The Board of Directors of Conservation Corps North Bay (CCNB), the oldest local nonprofit youth conservation corps in the United States, has selected Angel Minor as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer. Angel joined CCNB in 2017 as Chief Operating Officer and has been Acting CEO since the spring of 2019. In her first two years at CCNB, she implemented processes to streamline day to day operations and reduce expenses and has been working closely with the Board of Directors and senior management team to develop goals and work plans that best serve CCNB’s corpsmembers, partners and community. “In a time of transition Angel and her management team have brought leadership, energy and meaningful progress to every aspect of CCNB’s operations and mission, which has resulted in the esprit de corps of the corps being higher than ever. Accordingly, the Board’s decision to make her the CEO was unanimous, joyful and renews our continuing commitment and energy for charting CCNB’s mission for the future,” said Michael Glass, Chair of CCNB’s Board of Directors. Carla Javits, President and CEO of REDF, a longtime partner and funder of CCNB said, “CCNB has made a smart and strategic choice in selecting Angel Minor to assume the position of CEO. As acting CEO, she has already shepherded CCNB into an exciting new period of sustainable growth, offering her deep experience, business acumen, and a keen focus on operations – positioning CCNB to help even more young adults fulfill their potential. We are confident that the organization will continue to thrive under her astute leadership.”
“I am honored that the Board has entrusted the leadership of CCNB to the team we have in place and truly can’t wait to see what we can achieve together on behalf of the local young people and communities we serve.”
– Angel Minor, CEO of Conservation Corps North Bay To learn more about Angel’s background and the rest of the CCNB team, click here.