Distinguished Investment Manager, Greg Serrurier, Joins Earthjustice Board
Greg Serrurier, recently retired Senior Vice President and shareholder of Dodge & Cox, has agreed to join the Earthjustice Board of Trustees. Serrurier had been an active member of the Earthjustice Council since 2014.
"There are many excellent environmental organizations in our country,” said Serrurier. “Most of them depend on this uniquely capable team of litigators.I am honored and excited to be more involved with the board of this defender of the environment and the economy."
Serrurier joined Dodge & Cox in 1984 as a security analyst and retired as a member of the Investment Policy Committees for the Stock Fund, Balanced Fund and International Stock Fund, in addition to other responsibilities. The firm invests approximately $250 billion in stocks and bonds on behalf of individuals and institutions.
Serrurier graduated with honors in Biology from Oregon State University and worked at Friends of the Earth prior to attending Stanford’s Graduate School of Business where he met his wife, Nancy Barrow Serrurier. They have two grown children, Kate and Ben.
He is a Director of NextGen Climate America and on the California River Council for American Rivers. He is also an Overseer at Whitman College and has been a Trustee at the Oregon State University Foundation.
“Greg is an effective environmental champion and has been a valued member of the Earthjustice Council,” said Earthjustice President Trip Van Noppen. “We are thrilled that he is now bringing his expertise and dedication to our Board of Trustees.”
Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit environmental law organization. We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health, to preserve magnificent places and wildlife, to advance clean energy, and to combat climate change. We are here because the earth needs a good lawyer.