GenCLEO (Generation CLEO)

In addition to our staff and volunteers, an enthusiastic group called GenCLEO (aka Generation CLEO) works with us to engage diverse audiences in our mission to promote an informed and engaged public that supports climate action. GenCLEO is comprised of motivated young professionals, and residents across generations, who  recognize the need for climate leadership and meet monthly to create and coordinate climate related efforts. Each GenCLEO group tackles climate action and focuses specifically on promoting renewable energy. Now more than ever, it's imperative we, as a community, come together to find our climate voice. If you're interested in becoming a GenCLEO Member, please sign up here. 

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GenCLEO members with CLEO Founder Caroline Lewis, and former EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy at the 2017 Miami People's Climate March 

GenCLEO Initiatives: 

  • Run social media campaigns
  • Meet with elected officials including local government and school board members
  • Coordinate and attend events, such as marches 
  • Develop climate presentations/assemblies for interested audiences
  • Create and coordinate new community climate initiatives 


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GenCLEO Members (BITL) meeting with Caroline to plan a Virtual Reality experience detailing climate change


GenCLEO Members are expected to:

  • Embrace the CLEO mission and vision
  • Commit to becoming a climate change communicator and engagement facilitator
  • Be able to educate others about environmental issues through civic engagement
  • Meet monthly with CLEO staff
  • Volunteer at local events


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Former EPA Administrator speaks to GenCLEO members about local climate action


GenCLEO Executive Committee 

The Executive Committee was designed to establish leadership within the GenCLEO. Each position has its own responsibility, detailed below.

If you are interested in being a part of the Executive Committee, please email Natalia Arias at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

President (Lynn Munoz): Communicate with CLEO staff to set meeting dates, plan meeting agendas, and preside over meetings 

Vice President (Natalia Arias): Serve as mentor for new members, plan GenCLEO calendar, and lead membership recruitment and retention

Secretary (Anna Lynne Heine): Track attendance, manage communication tools, and maintain GenCLEO records (minutes, photos, member lists, etc)  

Treasurer (Michael Ragheb and Michelle Rodriguez): Oversee money earning, collect dues and fees, etc

School liason (Rachel collins): Serve as high school member mentor, liason to schools, and outline GenCLEO school chapter program


Become a GenCLEO Member Pay your GenCLEO dues here!

Contact CLEO

The CLEO Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that drives climate action through community education and engagement. 

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