Our Staff and Board of Directors
EarthShare National Staff
President and CEO
EarthShare Regional Staff
Southwest and Colorado
EarthShare New England
Public Sector Campaign Manager
EarthShare New York
Campaign Management Services Staff
Staff cited below support the management, administrative processing and distribution services for various public sector and state campaigns, including the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA), the Combined Federal Campaign of New York City (CFCNYC), and NY Public Sector Campaigns. (Please follow links for contact info.)
EarthShare Board of Directors
Mark Carlson, Chair
Steve Blank, Vice Chair
Marci Reed, Treasurer
Ana Paula Tavares
Kalman Stein has been President and CEO of EarthShare since its inception in 1989. During that time EarthShare and its affiliates have raised more than $300 million in pledges; the number of benefiting national member charities has risen from 18 to 71; and the organization has grown to include 16 affiliates and chapters representing more than 600 environmental and conservation nonprofits in 24 states. Under Mr. Stein's leadership EarthShare has partnered with dozens of major corporations and government employers to care for our natural resources through employee engagement and giving, enabling more than 8 million people nationwide to easily contribute to missions that impact all of us.
EarthShare also manages several large workplace giving campaigns in the public sector, including the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) of the National Capital Area, the world’s largest workplace giving drive with more than $51 million in annual pledges. Mr. Stein was the first appointee to the federal CFC50 Commission that made recommendations to the federal government for modernizing the CFC, and he is a founder and current chair of the Combined Federal Campaign Foundation.
Mr. Stein is also a co-founder of the Charities@Work coalition of fundraising federations and serves on its executive committee. He holds a B.A. and M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
You can listen to Kal's NetImpact webinar about increasing sustainability by engaging employees, and hear his interview on Federal News Radio about his new role as manager of the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area.