Darby Hoover Senior Resource Specialist, Health Program
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Darby Hoover is a Senior Resource Specialist with NRDC's food and agriculture program. She specializes in issues related to composting, anaerobic digestion, food waste reduction, solid waste management, recycling, and sustainable packaging. Darby’s previous work includes helping to manage NRDC’s sustainability initiatives with sports and entertainment organizations, including Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, the Academy Awards, and the GRAMMY Awards. She has authored and co-authored numerous publications including NRDC’s “Guide to Composting at Sports Venues” (nrdc.org/compost) and NRDC’s report “Game Changer: How the Sports Industry is Saving the Environment” (nrdc.org/game-changer), and she serves as a featured lecturer at the Presidio Graduate School’s course on “Sports and Sustainability.” Darby received her bachelor's degree from Stanford University, and her master's in energy and resources from U.C. Berkeley.