Environmental Outreach Strategies, Inc. (EOS) provides customized communications and public affairs solutions for environmental and energy issues. EOS helps clients build public support and overcome opposition with effective, research-driven messaging that resonates with audiences, clarifying complex challenges that are often difficult to explain. Our approach integrates strategic planning with traditional and social media outreach, stakeholder engagement, and rigorous execution. Founded in 2006, EOS has significant experience in the Water and Energy sectors and continues to expand into new areas, such as Ecological Forestry.
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Adi Liberman is the Principal and Founder of EOS. Prior to starting his own firm in 2006, Mr. Liberman was Executive Vice President and led the Public Affairs & Issues Management practice at the Edelman Public Relations Worldwide Los Angeles office. Mr. Liberman has more than three decades of experience providing high-level strategic counsel on environmental issues to corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies. He has worked for the U.S. Department of Energy, the California State Legislature, the Los Angeles City Council, private sector corporations, and non-governmental advocacy organizations. He has directed successful programs for corporate recycling in Los Angeles County, as well as water conservation and recycling in the City of Los Angeles.
Prior to joining the City of Los Angeles in 1995, Mr. Liberman served as Executive Director for Heal the Bay, one the nation’s most effective and well-respected environmental advocacy organizations. He compelled the region’s sewage plants to comply with environmental laws and created public support for $4 billion in infrastructure improvements.
In 2021, Mr. Liberman secured a contract with the County of Los Angeles as one of three Watershed Coordinators for the Upper Los Angeles River Watershed Area. As Watershed Coordinator, Mr. Liberman will educate and build capacity in communities and facilitate community and stakeholder engagement with the Safe, Clean Water Program.
Mr. Liberman serves as Chair of the City of Los Angeles’ Prop. O Oversight Advisory Committee, which determines how $500 million will be spent to address water pollution issues. He has served as a Board member of the Ballona Wetlands Foundation, co-founder of the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, has served on the California Coastal Commission, and is a Board member of the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters.
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Mark Snowiss is a Senior Associate at EOS. He’s a policy advocate and communications strategist adept at conveying complex information in a clear, engaging style. Mr. Snowiss is currently engaging with a diverse Eastern Sierra-based stakeholder group working on a 55,000-acre ecological forestry project designed to reduce wildfire risk and build community resilience in and around Mammoth Lakes, CA.
His experience fuses public affairs outreach, investigative reporting and UN liaison work in challenging environments.
Mr. Snowiss' media relations campaigns have made national headlines, including an effort that successfully changed the narrative around the future of an iconic public venue in Los Angeles. His outreach strategies elevated an innovative LA County program serving 300,000 at-risk veterans – the largest such effort in the US.
Previously, he reported on environmental issues for Voice of America (VOA) focusing on drought, water reuse and wildfire in the American West. His 10 years in journalism includes work for VOA in Washington, DC as well as NPR-affiliate KCRW 89.9 FM and Pacifica-affiliate KPFK 90.7 FM, both in Los Angeles.
From 2000-2004, Mr. Snowiss served the post-war relief effort in Bosnia through his work for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), International Rescue Committee and other humanitarian organizations. He lived in Hungary through the fall of communism in the 1990s, where he promoted an internationally acclaimed American graduate school, Central European University.
Jennifer Amarant is the Manager of Operations and Projects at EOS. She graduated from California State University, Northridge, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and Creative Writing. Mrs. Amarant has more than two decades of experience as an administrative professional, with nearly a decade in a marketing/creative role.