The Council on Environmental Quality
Christy Goldfuss serves as Managing Director at the White House Council on Environmental Quality. CEQ helps to develop the Administration’s environmental and energy policies and initiatives and works closely with Federal agencies to implement them. Christy helps oversee implementation of the President’s Climate Action Plan and works with other White House partners on new strategies to tackle this global challenge. She also leads work to advance the President’s agenda for protecting the lands and waters Americans value.
Christy has significant experience as a leader on a range of environmental issues, most recently as a deputy director of the National Park Service where she helped lead efforts to set and meet strategic goals related to conservation and preservation of America’s natural and cultural heritage. In this capacity, she identified ways to make Federal resources more accessible, including by spearheading the Administration’s “Every Kid in a Park” initiative. Prior to joining the Administration, Christy created and directed the Public Lands Project at the Center for American Progress. Previously, she worked as legislative staff for the House Committee on Natural Resources and as a reporter in Richmond, VA, Reno, NV and Redding, CA.