Co-Interim Executive Director, Chief Conservation Officer
About Jocelyn Torres
Jocelyn Torres (pronoun: she) is CLF’s Chief Conservation Officer. After graduating from the University of Southern California in 2011 with a degree in public relations and political science, Jocelyn returned to Southern Nevada making it a point to do something positive in her community no matter how small.
Before joining CLF as the Nevada Program Director in 2015, she was the Deputy Director at Battle Born Progress where she worked to advance progressive issues in the state of Nevada. She also worked with Nevada Assemblywoman Lucy Flores assisting constituents, and served on the Sunrise Manor Town Advisory Board in the neighborhood where she grew up.
Outside of her day-to-day duties with CLF, Jocelyn is a member of the Environmental Commission for the State of Nevada, a member of the Las Vegas Metro Multicultural Advisory Council and Board President of DREAM Big Nevada. Jocelyn lives in North Las Vegas with her husband, daughter, three dogs and three reptiles.
“All lands are ancestral lands. I live in North Las Vegas, Nevada, the unceded ancestral lands of the Southern Paiute (Nuwuvi) people. I hope this land acknowledgment inspires others to stand in solidarity with Native nations.”
— Jocelyn Torres, Chief Conservation Officer