COMMUNICATION & FACILITATION
Organizations hoping for success in the renewable energy and environment space must build strong communicative relationships with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders. Diane Cherry Consulting helps clients develop smart, multi-faceted programs that are key to effective communication . We facilitate stakeholder dialogue in environmental, renewable energy, and energy efficiency topics and distill complex subjects t0 appeal to multiple audiences across different platforms. Our project work has included regular content creation for blogs, newsletters, and websites; creating and placing releases and columns with local and national news outlets; designing and maintaining websites for clean energy business organizations; and more.
Regular contributor of clean energy and environmental content for the N.C. Sierra Club, the N.C. Energy Technology Center, Leyline Renewable Capital, and Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association, including monthly newsletters to several thousand subscribers
Managed the Carolina Utility Customers Association digital communications on a range of energy policy matters and recently launched their new website platform
Designed and developed the Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association's new website
Developed agenda, materials and facilitated a convening of N.C. State University data researchers and stakeholders on ways to improve methods of agricultural and environmental modeling
Planned and facilitated day-long retreat with environmental advocacy groups on policy options for coastal resilience. Policy options were featured in the North Carolina Climate Risk Assessment and Resilience Plan
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"As I transitioned into the leadership role at CUCA, it was nice to have the support offered by Diane Cherry Consulting. Diane was understanding/responsive of my needs and helped CUCA revamp the website, post on social media, develop communication materials, hold press conferences, coordinate with media, and much more. Diane helped us get us through the transition to the point we can stand on our own today. All of this in the midst of the pandemic. Thank you Diane."