Errol Mazursky is the Executive Director of the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP). Errol oversees the the day-to-day operations of ELP in addition to developing the strategic vision of the ELP eco-sphere which now includes 7 regional fellowship programs, a national fellowship program, the Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Fellowship Program and the management of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Alumni Network. Previously, Errol was a public health fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he worked on community outreach programs and the development of international cohort studies to investigate the environment's impact on children's health and development. Errol served in the U.S. Peace Corps as a health volunteer in The Gambia, West Africa and was a Crisis Corps Volunteer in New Orleans, LA where he contributed to the response effort of Hurricane Katrina. Errol currently serves on the Board of the Emerging Wildlife Conservation Leaders Program, and the Board of Impact by Design, he is a former Board Director of Greenbelt Homes Inc., and the Greenbelt Development Corporation. In 2011 Errol was awarded a TogetherGreen Fellowship in recognition of his expertise in leadership and network weaving and in 2013 received an Emerging Leader Grant from the Claneil Foundation.