Camille Yancey and Trish Lanahan join Ohio Environmental Council
Adding Ohio Environmental Council (OEC) is excited to announce it has hired E. Camille Yancey as a Staff Attorney with OEC’s William W. Ellis Ohio Environmental Law Center.
As Staff Attorney, Camille will focus on:
- clean water litigation, and related legislative and policy work; and
- energy efficiency and renewable energy, including representing the OEC in cases before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Camille brings an unbridled passion for public interest environmental law and a strong knowledge base in the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act. This combination will make her an important asset not only to OEC, but to the future of Ohio’s environment. — Trent Dougherty, OEC Director of Legal Affairs
Camille contracted with OEC’s Ohio Environmental Law Center as Of Counsel to OEC for several months before being hired full-time. Her other legal experience includes her work as an attorney for the Law Offices of Pete Precario as well as internships with Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
Camille received a J.D. with an environmental law concentration from Capital University Law School. She is originally from Dayton.
Adding to its status as a leader in advocacy for a cleaner energy future for Ohio, OEC has also recently hired Trish Lanahan as Director of Clean Energy Campaigns and Legislative Affairs Associate.
Trish will oversee energy efficiency policy and initiatives. She will also be responsible for building relationships with business, political, and environmental leaders and stakeholders to promote clean air and energy campaigns.
Trish’s most recent position was legislative liaison in the Director’s Office at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Trish is a graduate of Wittenberg University and has been active in the grassroots not-for-profit arena since graduating college.