Alfredo Gonzalez
Program Officer

Alfredo Gonzalez leads efforts across programs to broaden and diversify the conservation constituency with a specific focus on actively engaging urban, Latino, underserved, and younger Californians. Previously, he served as director of the South Coast and Desert Region for The Nature Conservancy of California, managing programs in Southern California including a Los Angeles-based urban strategies project and a renewable energy initiative. He also oversaw land protection and habitat enhancement efforts in the Tehachapi Mountains, Riverside County, San Diego County, and the watersheds of the Santa Clara and Armargosa Rivers. Prior to that, he served in senior government affairs positions for the Southern California Association of Governments and the County of Santa Clara, and was a policy analyst for the Latino Issues Forum. Alfredo received a BA in Communications from UC Berkeley and an MA in Public Administration from California State University, Los Angeles.

agonzalez@resourceslegacyfund.org
Alfredo Gonzalez
Photography:
  • Tupper Ansel Blake