Conservative Energy Network Announces Leadership Changes


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Keith to depart Land & Liberty Coalition®, Pischea to replace him as national director

January 5, 2023 – LANSING, Mich. – The Conservative Energy Network (CEN) today announced a key change to the leadership team of the Land & Liberty Coalition® (L&LC), a grassroots project of CEN.

Jackson Keith is departing his role as director of L&LC to serve as the executive director of Conservatives for a Clean Energy Future (CCEF), CEN’s sister 501(c)(4) organization. In 2019, Keith worked with a small group of clean energy advocates to build a grassroots field program that has since become L&LC, growing it from two to 12 states. Prior to joining CEN, Keith worked with the Sterling Corporation in Lansing, Michigan. He will remain involved with L&LC in an advisory capacity in 2023. 

“Jackson Keith pioneered the development of a major grassroots clean energy advocacy effort with local chapters throughout the country,” said Brittany Zwierzchowski Tisler, Interim CEO & COO of CEN. “He’s been the architect of several successful local programs that operate under the CEN umbrella. I now look forward to watching CCEF’s continued growth under his dedicated leadership.”

Bradley Pischea has been promoted to serve as the national director of L&LC, replacing Keith. Pischea brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this position and has proven that he will be a strong leader for the organization. Pischea started with CEN as the Michigan L&LC field director in December 2019 before being promoted to the national deputy director of L&LC in May 2021. 

“I am thrilled to see Bradley step into the role of L&LC national director,” said Keith. “L&LC has grown rapidly over the last three years and Bradley has been integral to the program’s success. He has consistently demonstrated his ability to lead this effort. I am confident that he will further promote L&LC’s mission to create an environment where communities are competing to attract renewable development, rather than racing to stop projects before they begin.”