Hysan is the program assistant for Joyce’s Environment and Journalism programs.
Hysan has worked in the nonprofit and foundation world for his entire career. Prior to joining Joyce in 2015, he worked for the Rotary Foundation at Rotary International. He received his bachelor’s degree in English from Loyola University Chicago in 2013. Hysan lives in Evanston with his girlfriend and their cat. He enjoys reading, writing, old movies, and the occasional bout of socializing.
Michigan Joins Great Lakes Region States in Committing to 100% Carbon-Free Energy
With a slate of clean energy bills recently passed and expected to be signed into law on November 28, 2023, Michigan will become a national leader in efforts to transition to a clean energy economy.
Fresh Energy: A Midwest Climate Advocacy Leader
Minnesota-based Fresh Energy has been a leader in climate advocacy for more than 30 years, playing a significant role in what it calls “speeding Minnesota and the Midwest’s transition to a clean energy economy.”
'The Gun Machine': A podcast about how America was forged by the gun industry
Produced by WBUR and The Trace, the podcast looks into the history of the relationship between the gun industry and the U.S. government. 'The Gun Machine' debuts on Oct. 4, 2023.
WBUR; The Trace
Joyce Joins Press Forward National Coalition to Revitalize Local News
The Joyce Foundation joined a national coalition of 22 donors today in announcing the formation of Press Forward, an initiative designed to strengthen communities and, by extension, democracy, by supporting local news and information.
Opinion: Lake Erie is a test for Northeast Ohio and its neighbors; we can ace it
Op-ed by the Foundation's Environment Co-director Elizabeth Cisar, Stephen Love of the Cleveland Foundation, and John Mitterholzer of the George Gund Foundation.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Environmental Advocates Celebrate as Minnesota Pledges to become 100% Carbon-Free
Minnesota becomes the 22nd state nationwide to commit to 100 percent carbon-free electricity—a victory for Great Lakes region environmental and environmental justice organizations that, for many years, advocated for such policy.