The message below comes from ProgressNow Nevada founder Erin Neff.
It's been an amazing ride here at ProgressNow Nevada for the past three years.
I've been honored to watch this organization grow from 500 to tens of thousands of progressive Nevadans.
Together we've had significant electoral victories from ousting Chicken Sue Lowden to Democrat In Name Only John Lee. We've also made tremendous impact on policy, saving social services from budget cuts and leading the charge for more funding for education.
It's been an honor every day working with my amazing staff, Brian Fadie and Michael Flores. It's their creativity and spirit that helps us soar and post such big wins.
Now that this organization is a major political factor in the state, I've decided to move on to another challenge here in our progressive community.
It is with tremendous pride that I'm able to welcome Brian Fadie as our new executive director. Brian has served this organization as technology director and video producer, providing humorous or poignant summaries of the issues we face, time and again.
ProgressNow Nevada is in stellar hands as Brian will lead the day-to-day program efforts. He's already well-known as a tireless environmental advocate, a national delegate for President Obama and a person who walks the walk every day.
Our board governance is strong and ready to guide Brian as he leads ProgressNow Nevada into the 2013 Legislature and beyond.
It's my honor today to leave ProgressNow Nevada in the strongest of hands. I'm honoring this moment with a personal vow to the organization I founded and believe in with all of my heart. I'll match any donation received online from now through Cyber Monday, Nov. 26.
Won't you join me in helping Brian get off to a great start?
Chip in and help me write a big check.
Brian's got great ideas and plans to take ProgressNow Nevada to even greater heights. With your support, we'll watch that happen together.
Join me today in wishing Brian the best! And together let's give him the financial footing ProgressNow Nevada needs to take on the powerful special interests.
Thanks for all you do,