As the Vice President for External Affairs, Dan Hendrick oversees the New York League of Conservation Voters' marketing, communications and external affairs efforts.
He is our primary point of contact for journalists and manages our Web sites and publications. He is also a key member of our policy, development and political leadership teams.
Dan is currently producing "Jamaica Bay Lives," the first-ever, feature-length documentary film on Jamaica Bay. Dan also authored "Jamaica Bay," the first local history book on the bay (Arcadia Publishing, 2006).
Dan has a long history of leadership in communications and the environment. His writing on the environment has appeared in the New York Times, Newsday, E Magazine, the Stamford (Conn.) Advocate and other regional and national publications. He is a former editor in chief of the Queens Chronicle and former assistant news editor at Greenwich Time, a daily newspaper in Connecticut.
Dan lives in Sunnyside, Queens, with his spouse, Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer. Dan is a graduate of Columbia University and a proud U.S. Navy veteran.
Submitted by Dan Hendrick on Tue, 2007-06-19 16:04.
Facing unpredictability in the price and availabilty of fuel supplies, New York City must adopt an energy shortage contingency plan, according to a coalition of environmental and community groups.
Submitted by Dan Hendrick on Thu, 2007-06-21 11:34.
There are two successes to report from Albany this morning: the State Senate voted to create the Sea Level Rise Task Force and passed the State Green Building Construction Act.