Troy leads CATF’s United States communications from Boston, Massachusetts. He has 10 years of communications and marketing experience, specializing in strategic policy communications, earned media, email marketing, social media, organizational branding, and speechwriting.
Before joining CATF in 2021, Troy worked at the sustainability nonprofit Ceres — where he led a variety of communications and marketing efforts over the course of more than four years. Most recently, he helped launch the Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets, leading its strategic communications to push U.S. financial regulators, banks, and corporate boards to act on climate change as a systemic financial risk. In previous roles at Ceres, he led communications for Ceres’ climate and energy team — focused on accelerating the low-carbon transition across the electric power, transportation, oil and gas, and insurance sector. He also managed the organization’s social media and email marketing strategy and served as the lead speechwriter and op-ed writer for the CEO and president.
Prior to Ceres, Troy worked in journalism — first as a freelance reporter in New England and New York, and then as a communications director for the New England Center for Investigative Reporting. He began his career as an international educator, creating and directing language immersion programs in Latin American and Europe with Putney Student Travel and the National Geographic Society.
Troy serves on the board of Eastie Farm, a grassroots East Boston nonprofit focused on community agriculture, food security, and climate resilience. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College.