CRES Welcomes Digital Communications Associate Sarah Lindsey and Communications Coordinator Simone Stapley, Promotes Jonny Lobeck to Chief Human Resources Officer
WASHINGTON — Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) today announced Sarah Lindsey, who previously worked for Deseret News as a digital media coordinator, has joined CRES in a newly created position as digital communications associate, and Simone Stapley, who previously managed social media accounts, has joined as communications coordinator. Additionally, Jonny Lobeck has been promoted to chief human resources officer.
“I am delighted to announce the further growth of the CRES team as we continue our efforts as a leading conservative voice in the clean energy space,” said CRES President Heather Reams. “Jonny’s promotion is well deserved as he has spearheaded the recruitment of new team members, like Sarah Lindsey and Simone Stapley, who will amplify our all-the-above energy approach to a larger audience than ever before.”
“I’m excited to join the CRES team and work on mission-driven projects that increase our nation’s energy security and leadership,” said Lindsey. “Engaging millions of Americans who want common sense, clean energy solutions through digital platforms is key to reaching the organization’s broader goals.”
Prior to her role at CRES, Sarah Lindsey worked for Deseret News as a digital media coordinator, creating and implementing user growth strategies across various platforms. She is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in strategic communications from the University of Utah.
“I’m looking forward to flexing my skills and contributing to CRES’ mission to advance an all-of-the-above approach to energy policy,” said Stapley. “CRES has an incredibly talented and knowledgeable team, and collaborating and learning from them will kickstart my career.”
Before joining CRES, Simone Stapley managed various social media accounts and worked for her graduate program as a content and event coordinator working on research campaigns and connecting with fellow students. She is originally from Seattle, Washington, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in communication from Central Washington University and her Master of Arts in communication leadership from the University of Washington.
“It has been an immensely rewarding opportunity to drive the transformation of the human resources function within our organization,” said Lobeck. “Our team demonstrates exceptional dedication, creativity, and commitment to the success of CRES, its stakeholders, and one another. Everyone inspires me to work that much harder.”
The CRES team is still growing. The organization is actively recruiting several junior- to manager-level positions. To learn how you can join the CRES team HERE.