Mac Montgomery, Elizabeth Redenbaugh chosen to lead NCLCV board
Wilmington-area leaders will head top environmental organization
RALEIGH, N.C.—The North Carolina League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV) board has elected new leadership for 2019. Mac Montgomery was named President, and Elizabeth Redenbaugh is the new Vice President.
Both have experience in elected office. Montgomery is the former mayor of Kure Beach, where he still lives. Wilmington’s Redenbaugh was a NCLCV Conservation PAC-endorsed candidate for North Carolina Senate District 9 in 2014, after having served on the New Hanover County Board of Education.
“Mac and Elizabeth have been vital members of our board for years, and leaders in their communities for a long time before that,” said Carrie Clark, NCLCV Executive Director. “We look forward to their strong leadership and continued guidance of our efforts to elect environmental champions and to hold our public servants accountable for making better environmental policies.”
A U.S. Army veteran, Montgomery spent his post-military career in health care consulting and higher education. Redenbaugh has two degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill, including a JD, and serves in a number of leadership capacities at the local and state level, as does Montgomery.
NCLCV’s full board membership, including other officers, can be seen here.