Baltimore Community Leader Kimberly Armstrong Joins Governing Board of Maryland LCV
Kimberly Armstrong, a Baltimore-based sustainability expert and community leader, has been newly elected to the Board of Directors of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV). She will serve a three-year term beginning June 2022.
“Kimberly Armstrong brings a great mix of community contacts, knowledge of renewable energy issues, and equity expertise to her board role with Maryland LCV,” said Maryland LCV Executive Director Kim Coble. “She brings a valuable integrated perspective to her work and will be a tremendous asset to our organization and our board.”
Armstrong is a consultant and the Maryland Program Director for Solar United Neighbors, a national nonprofit that advocates for policies that grow the solar market. She has been a part of Solar United Neighbors for 2.5 years, having served as a Maryland board advisor for the organization prior to becoming the program director. She also has served on the boards of several other government and community grassroots organizations.
Armstrong is nationally recognized for her work on social justice and equality and has experience as a sustainability adviser, author, and community advocate.
“I’m excited that I’ve been elected to the Board of Directors for the Maryland LCV, which provides an opportunity for me to provide my expertise, experiences, and passion for community education and engagement,” said Armstrong.
“I’m proud to be a part of an organization that recognizes it takes all of us working together to create equality on environmental sustainability issues. I’m looking forward to being a part of Maryland LCV and I can’t wait to see where we go from here. Onward!”
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Maryland LCV uses political action and education to fight for clean air, healthy water, and a resilient climate for everyone in Maryland.