Caroline Niemczyk currently serves as Vice Chair of The Conservation Campaign and Vice Chair of the Open Space Institute. Advisory board roles include the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies, and the Land Trust Alliance.
Ms. Niemczyk's career includes having served on the staff of Senator Daniel P. Moynihan, as a program officer at the Smith Richardson Foundation, as special assistant to Boston University President John Silber, and as an adjunct professor on the history faculty at Barnard College. Ms. Niemczyk holds degrees from Yale, the London School of Economics, and Columbia. She has three children and resides in Bedford, New York.