Carly Ferro, Interim Executive DirectorCarly Ferro

Chapter Director

As the Director, Carly oversees the Chapter's operations and programs while acting as the state lobbyist for the Chapter. She is also responsible for liaising with National programs and working alongside the Executive Committee to develop strategy for the organization's long-term health. Before joining Utah Sierra Club in 2017, Carly attended James Madison University, where she received a B.S. in Biology and participated in forest restoration research. She then went on to receive her M.S. from University of San Francisco in Environmental Management, and was a fellow at an environmental think tank in Bozeman, MT. Currently, Carly lives in Salt Lake City with her husband and husky, Ghost, where they enjoy the greatest snow on Earth, Utah's hiking mountainous terrain, and playing soccer. | 801.467.9294 x-100


Lindsay Beebe, Sr. Organizing RepresentativeLindsay Beebe

Senior Campaign Representative for the Beyond Coal Campaign

Since 2015, Lindsay has served as the Campaign Representative for the Utah Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign, working to promote a transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Drawn to Utah's unparalleled natural beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities, she was inspired to find work protecting Utah's environment and natural resources. Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Science in Community & International Development from the University of Vermont and previously served as Education and Outreach Coordinator for HEAL Utah. In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, and volunteering. | 801.467.9294 x-101



Rebekah Ashley - Utah Chapter Organizer Bekah Ashley

Lead Climate Organizer 

Bekah has a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Sierra Nevada College. In 2019, she began her role as an organizer on Sierra Club's Climate Action campaign, where she supported community engagement and outreach on federal climate policy. Today, Bekah is a Lead Climate Organizer and is currently leading the 100% Clean Energy School Districts campaign, an integral part of the organization's efforts to secure local commitments for climate action. Bekah is committed in her practice to center activism around those most impacted to support the possibility of an equitable energy future. She believes that local education agencies, and particularly young people, are the heart and soul of our communities and leaders in the climate movement. When Bekah is not working, you can find her snowboarding, backpacking, enjoying live music, and hanging out with her dog Martin in the Wasatch.


Luis Miranda - Utah Chapter Organizer Luis Miranda 

Organizing Representative for the Beyond Coal Campaign

Luis serves as an Organizing Representative for the Beyond Coal Campaign. Previously, Luis served as the Director of Grassroots Capacity Building for United Way of Salt Lake, building equitable engagement infrastructures in Salt Lake County's west side. In the past, he has organized transparency movements in Guatemala and grassroots leaders participating in the Colombian peace process. Luis grew up in Guatemala and on Salt Lake's Redwood Road, and is a first-generation college graduate with degrees from the London School of Economics and the University of Notre Dame. These days, Luis spends time playing music, practicing mindfulness, and exploring Utah's majesty.


Amy DominguezAmy Dominguez

Press Secretary for the Beyond Coal Campaign

Dedicated to amplifying community voices in the transition to clean energy, Amy is passionate about environmental justice and grassroots organizing. Since joining the Sierra Club, she has worked to coordinate and execute strategies to move Utah beyond all fossil fuels and toward 100 percent clean energy. She previously served as a Communications Coordinator for Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors (HECHO), a program of the National Wildlife Federation, to strengthen Latinx visibility in public lands decision-making and advocacy. Amy graduated from Westminster College in Utah with a degree in Communication, minoring in Justice Studies. She lives in Salt Lake City, where she enjoys hiking, hanging out with her dog, Atlas, and listening to podcasts.