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Land & Liberty Coalition Announces Promotions, Adds Deputy Director

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L&LC CONTACT: Joanna Lewis –

July 15, 2021 – LANSING, Mich. – The Land & Liberty Coalition (L&LC), a project of the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), today announced two promotions: Bradley Pischea, deputy director, and Brenden Miller, Michigan field director. These promotions reflect L&LC’s continued expansion and will increase the organization’s capacity to serve local communities as they navigate the siting of utility-scale renewable energy developments.

Pischea first joined L&LC in 2019 as field director of the Michigan chapter. The program benefited greatly from his prior experience in field operations with the Michigan Senate Republican Campaign Committee. In the newly created role of L&LC deputy director, Bradley will support L&LC Director Jackson Keith in leading day-to-day operations.

“Bradley’s leadership and dedication to the advancement of clean energy were critical to the success of the Michigan L&LC chapter,” said Jackson Keith, L&LC director. “I look forward to working with him in this new role and am confident that his strong organizational skills, interpersonal acumen and commitment to L&LC’s mission will be a tremendous asset as we continue to develop and expand the program.”

Miller has been with the Land & Liberty Coalition since its inception. With his promotion to field director, he will direct Michigan’s field strategy, educate community leaders and residents, and foster connections among renewable energy supporters.

“The Michigan program would not be where it is today without Brenden’s excellent work,” said Jackson Keith. “As a county commissioner himself, Brenden understands the dynamics of community leadership and he is eager to see Michigan’s rural communities benefit from renewable energy developments. I have no doubt that the Michigan program will continue to thrive under his direction.”

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About Land & Liberty Coalition: The Land & Liberty Coalition is committed to fostering commonsense local government policies that advance renewable energy, increase financial security and protect private property rights. The Coalition’s goal is to empower individuals and communities to take control of their energy future by providing relevant information and helping local citizens organize as effective advocates. For more information, visit

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Chad Forcey comes to PennCEF with considerable experience in the world of advocacy. Forcey served the Irrigation Association and the PA Landscape and Nursery Association. He was the personal aide to Governor Mark Sweiker during his tenure in Harrisburg. An articulate spokesperson and seasoned writer, he works to educate, advocate, and engage Pennsylvanians to transition to clean energy in ways that bring jobs to the Commonwealth, make sense economically, protect land rights and guard our national security.
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