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Laurie Davies Adams

Director of Programs, Pollinator Partnership

Laurie Davies Adams, Director of Programs of the Pollinator Partnership, (, has for 19 years lead the world’s largest nonprofit devoted solely to the health of all pollinators. As Executive Director for 21 years, she presided P2’s signature initiatives, the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), National Pollinator Week, Eco-regional planting guides, the BeeSmart™ Gardener App, the U.S. Bee Buffer Project and Monarch Wings Across America. She has signed agreements with over 11 federal agencies influencing over 1.5 billion acres of US land to encourage pollinator conservation. She is Vice-Chairman of the Wildlife Habitat Council’s Board. Under her direction, the Pollinator Partnership has twice won the EPA’s PESP Champion Award and the Garden Club of America’s National Environmental Stewardship Award. She was a key consultant with the White House on the Presidential Memorandum on Pollinators and instrumental in the development of the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators.

Amber Barnes

Conservation Program Manager, Pollinator Partnership

Amber is a nature enthusiast who holds both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Biology, from the University of Akron. While her undergrad focused on Zoology, she has since broadened her interests through volunteer work and field positions. As a Field Botanist for the Cleveland Metroparks she contributed toward the long-term PCAP (Plant Community Assessment Program), which sparked an interest in vegetation research and the use of native plants in gardening and restoration projects. The following summer, she was chosen to participate in the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Conservation and Land Management Internship as a Wildlife Technician. While stationed in Cedar City, Utah, she worked with the local Bureau of Land Management field office on several wildlife projects including greater sage-grouse conservation work, raptor nest surveys, Utah prairie dog studies, as well as several rangeland and riparian ecosystem health assessments and collecting native forb and grass seed for the Seeds of Success program. She is excited to bring her plant and wildlife experience together for the Pollinator Partnership as she helps lead and coordinate several of P2’s signature Monarch Wings Across America projects across the Midwest and assists with pollinator habitat creation and monitoring projects throughout the nation. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, photography, bowling, and volunteering.

Zahra Basil

Co-Coordinator, Re-Earth Initiative

Zahra Basil (she/her) is Co-Coordinator of Love Letters to the Earth at Re-Earth Initiative. At 18 years old, from Lahore, Pakistan, she is a senior in high school, doing her A-Levels.

Besides being active at Re-Earth Initiative she has served as the Environmental Ambassador of her high school, worked on local projects and documentaries on sustainable waste management and is a core team member of Project-19, a youth organization, aiming to build a just and sustainable future post-covid.

xiye bastida

Co-Founder, Re-Earth Initiative

Xiye Bastida is a co-founder of the Re-Earth Initiative and is one of the major organizers of Fridays for Future New York City. She has been a leading voice for indigenous and immigrant visibility in climate activism. She is on the administration committee of the People’s Climate Movement. Xiye was recently featured on the cover of Vogue magazine highlighting her dedication to environmental education and activism. She was a speaker at COP26 as well as a featured Ted Talk speaker.

Kelly Bills

Executive Director, Pollinator Partnership

Kelly Bills has been dedicated to pollinator conservation for a decade. Her focus is on large-scale habitat projects, plant-pollinator interactions, and agricultural and industry engagement. Kelly holds an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies and a minor in Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She has also received a Master’s of Science in Environmental Management (Ecology Concentration) from the University of San Francisco. Her background in ecology, conservation, and culture has propelled her career in the non-profit sector. Prior to Pollinator Partnership (P2), Kelly worked at another Bay Area-based environmental non-profit called Conservacion Patagonica (CP). Kelly manages the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), National Pollinator Week,, and pollinator grants and scholarships. Kelly serves on the Board of Directors of Pollinator Partnership Canada, the Advisory Committee of the Monarch Joint Venture, and the Steering Committee for PlantAgents.

William Bridge

CEO, Global Green

William Bridge is Chairman of the Green Cross International Board of Directors, and Chief Executive Officer for Global Green-USA.

With 25 years of Executive Leadership experience in strategic planning for environmental and educational partnerships, his work includes the United Nations Foundation, Connect4Climate, the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and United States Green Building Council, and the International WELL Building Institute. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, USA. He is dedicated to bringing forth the legacy and the mission of the Green Cross as laid down by President Gorbachev.

Dr. Mirei Takashima Claremon, Ph.D.

Director of Behavioral Sustainability, Global Green

Dr. Mirei Takashima Claremon is a behavioral scientist, educator, and a cross-cultural consumer insights expert working at the intersection of sustainability, psychology and business. She is also the architect of the Behavioral Sustainability framework and Director of Behavioral Sustainability at Global Green.

Mirei leads programs aimed to educate youth in underserved communities about sustainability, the interconnectedness between environmental, social, and economic issues, why understanding human psychology and behavior matters when creating meaningful change, and how each of them can play a role in making a positive impact, both locally and globally.

Originally from Tokyo, Japan, she attended international schools throughout her childhood and grew up immersed in a multitude of cultures. Her professional mission is to spread her ideas about Behavioral Sustainability–a more holistic, human-focused approach to sustainability that incorporates insights from behavioral science and cross-cultural perspectives. She is currently working on a book about Behavioral Sustainability, consulting, and teaching at UCLA Extension when time allows. She earned her PhD and MBA degrees at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and her BA in Psychology at Cornell University.

Greg Cogut

Advisor, EIN

Greg is the Climate Finance Program Director at 7th Generation Advisors and is a Special Advisor on Climate Finance at AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles. Greg’s work focuses on advising organizations on climate financing and clean tech analysis.

Greg graduated with an Honors Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan where he majored in Environmental Studies with a specialization in Sustainable Business with minors in Environmental Geology and Sustainability, as well as a minor in Business from the Ross School of Business.

Sheina Crystal

Director of Communications and Campaigns, Re:Wild Your Campus

Sheina graduated from UC Santa Barbara with degrees in Environmental Studies and Sociology. While at UCSB, she founded a chapter of Herbicide-Free Campus and worked with groundskeepers and restoration management as she advocated for the reduction of herbicide use on campus. She also worked with the non profits Food and Water Action and Beyond Pesticides to fight against environmental toxins. Sheina supports campus fellows as they advocate to make their campuses safer and healthier spaces for all living beings.

Anna Cummins

Co-founder & Executive Director, 5 Gyres

With more than 20 years experience in environmental non-profit work—including marine conservation, coastal watershed management, community relations, and bilingual and sustainability education—Anna Cummins is an expert in the field. Her “Synthetic Sea, Synthetic Me” TEDx talk has been viewed and shared by thousands. Anna received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, and a MA in Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute for International Studies.

Erik Cutter

Managing Director, Alegría Farmacy

Erik Cutter is the Founder of the Alegría Farmacy, an integrated carbon neutral food production system designed to grow superior produce anywhere, anytime. Mr. Cutter has over 35 years experience growing ultra nutrient-rich produce using regenerative organic techniques and is a leading pioneer in developing cost effective growing systems that can be deployed over man-made surfaces close to where people live and work.

He has a background in biochemistry and oncology, and possesses a lifelong passion for creating haute cuisine using the finest ingredients, most of which he grows himself. Mr. Cutter’s mission is to increase adaptability and resilience and combat auto-immune disorders by creating greater awareness of the numerous health benefits of consuming fresh, regenerative organic food.

Miles Dakin

Director of Bee Friendly Farming, Pollinator Partnership

Miles Dakin has had a lifetime passion and love for insects. As a child he was raised on his mother’s farm and at Bouverie Preserve, where his father lived, giving him a deep appreciation for conservation and land management. Miles spent countless hours hiking through the hills and fields of Sonoma County, chasing after newts, beetles and his 3 older sisters. He went on to receive his B.S. in Ecology and Computer Science from Tulane University and recently received his M.S. in Entomology from UC Davis, focusing on Navel Orangeworm management in almonds and pistachios. Miles hopes to continue to bring his passion for conservation and his deep appreciation for mindful land management to P2 and the Bee Friendly Farming program.

Michael Doshi

Science Communications Lead, 5 Gyres

Michael Doshi (Doshi) has been heavily involved in plastic pollution prevention since 2014. Embedded in the Break Free From Plastic movement, Doshi’s contributions to plastic pollution solutions include policy advocacy, strategic partnerships, youth education, storytelling and narrative communication, and global waste investigations. A few highlights include being featured in the Emmy winning film The Story of Plastic and speaking on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC to help introduce the historic federal Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2020. In his free time, Doshi stays stoked by surfing on the North Shore of Oahu.

Dr. Lisa Erdle, Ph.D.

Director of Science & Innovation, 5 Gyres

Lisa is a microplastics researcher, lifelong sailor, and is passionate about keeping waterways clean for wildlife and people. Lisa completed her PhD at the University of Toronto, where she researched sources, fate, and effects of microfibers in the environment. Currently, Lisa lives in California and is continuing research on microfibers and plastic pollution. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Lisa grew up swimming and sailing on the Great Lakes and holds a deep love of the water.

Dr. Marcus Eriksen, Ph.D.

Co-founder & Scientist, 5 Gyres

Marcus has led expeditions around the world to research plastic marine pollution, co-publishing the first global estimate and the discovery of plastic microbeads in the Great Lakes, which led to the federal Microbead-free Waters Act of 2015. He and Anna Cummins began 5 Gyres with an 88-day journey from California to Hawaii on the Junk Raft, built from 15,000 plastic bottles. Earlier, Marcus had rafted the Mississippi River, writing about the river and his experience as a Marine in the 1991 Gulf War in the book, My River Home (Beacon 2008). His second book, Junk Raft: An ocean voyage and a rising tide of activism to fight plastic pollution (Beacon 2017) recalls the rise of the plastic pollution movement, growing steadily today. He received his Ph.D from USC.

Mackenzie Feldman

Founder / Project Director, Re:Wild Your Campus

Mackenzie Feldman is an environmental activist from Honolulu, Hawai’i. She is the Founder and Director of Re:wild Your Campus (formerly known as Herbicide-Free Campus). Mackenzie worked with a coalition to ban herbicides from every public school in the state of Hawai’i, and led a campaign that resulted in the entire University of California system going glyphosate-free. Mackenzie received the 2019 Brower Youth Award for her work and is a 2022 Rachel Carson Council Fellow and a 2023 Walking Softer Young Leaders Awardee. She is also co-author, with her mother Kathy, of the book Groundbakers, which was published in Fall 2022.

Rusal Ferus

Research + Writing and Press Coordinator, Re-Earth Initiative

Rusal Ferus (she/they) is Research + Writing and Press Coordinator at Re-Earth Initiative. At 22 years old, from Atlanta, Georgia, United States she is a GIS Technician at Pike Engineering, where she creates construction maps for electrical grids. She will be studying Urban Forestry and Planning in 2023 at the University of Wisconsin.

Dr. Adrianna Glazener, Ed.D.

Head of Curriculum, Environmental Scouts

Dr. Adrianna Glazener is a co-founder of Environmental Scouts and is an experienced teacher and teacher educator with 18 years in the field. After beginning her teaching career in a Title I school in the Westminster School District, Adrianna earned her Doctor of Education degree with an emphasis in Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies. Her passion for collaboration and engagement flowed naturally from her role as classroom teacher to her role as instructional coach and professional development consultant in WSD, Saddleback Valley Unified School District, and with Catapult Learning. After eight years supporting educators in the areas of STEAM education, engagement strategies, strategies for English Learners, curriculum development, research-based instructional strategies, differentiation, GATE strategies, and systems for school improvement, Adrianna took on the role of leading district initiatives for gifted learners as the Elementary GATE teacher in La Canada Unified School District.

Brian Goldstein

Executive Director, EIN

Brian Goldstein leads EIN in its mission to support a transition to a clean transportation system. With a background in finance, Brian has professional experience in the alternative fuels, renewable energy, energy efficiency, transportation technologies, and financial services sectors. He has served as CFO of a motorcycle design and manufacturing firm as well as CFO of a hydrogen transportation technology company, where he focused on both public and private financing initiatives, infrastructure acquisitions, automotive technology development, and fleet adoption of hydrogen technology.

Brian has worked to develop alternative fuel distribution networks in California and Colorado. He has also served as a technical and financial consultant to the US Department of Energy and he continues to serve as a judge for the Clean Tech Open business plan competition as well as the DOE National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition.

Mr. Goldstein graduated with a B.S. in International Business from the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, and earned his MBA with focus on Finance and International Business at the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business Management, where he received a Merit Scholarship. Mr. Goldstein is an Eagle Scout.

Bridget Gustafson

Senior Advisor of Fellowships, Re:Wild Your Campus

Bridget graduated from Berkeley in 2020 with a degree in Molecular Environmental Biology and minors in Human Rights and Forestry & Natural Resource Management. She and Mackenzie co-founded Herbicide-Free Cal in 2017 when she was a freshman on the Beach Volleyball team at Cal. After graduating, Bridget moved to rural Louisiana where she is working as the garden & nutrition coordinator at a workforce development program focused on serving youth that face systemic barriers to employment. Her work with HFC is focused on supporting student fellows by developing resources/educational curriculum.

Liisa Kaufman

Deputy Director, EIN

Liisa Kaufman manages outreach and operations at Energy Independence Now.

She has developed and implemented dozens of awareness and growth campaigns across the technology, media, environmental and social services sectors. She has also supported operations and C-Suite coordination at National Geographic Society, as well as worked with the French National Department of Education and the U.S. House of Representatives.

Rachel Labbé-Bellas

Foundation & Corporate Relations Manager, 5 Gyres

Rachel has a BS in Biology and an MS in Ecology. Her academic background in marine science coupled with her passion for communications and development have brought her to work with non-profits and academic institutions such as Sylvia Earle Alliance Mission Blue and Scripps Institution of Oceanography/UCSD. After her first sailing voyage in 2015 with eXXpedition, she connected her love for ocean conservation with the need to fight plastic pollution. Rachel also works on her environmental start up, O’land Stations, building and renting water bottle refilling stations for large events.

Dr. Yvonne Mao, M.D.

Dr. Yvonne Mao is a co-founder of Environmental Scouts and a licensed physician who has a deep interest in public health and appreciation for the natural world. She loves finding sustainable ways of living in the modern world and sharing her knowledge with others to inspire people to create impactful change.

Public health should be a top priority for medical doctors but, as with many businesses and professions, the contribution to pollution and plastic waste is massive. For sterility and convenience, the medical industry uses an unfathomable amount of single use plastic, in the form of syringes, gloves, single use packaging PPE and gowns. Medical professionals are directly supporting the climate crisis and the plastic waste problem. How can we reconcile this? We must also be stewards of public health which includes environmental health. Dr. Mao interfaces with major players in the medical industry to encourage better sustainable practices.

Arianna Maysonave

Senior Advisor of Development, Re:Wild Your Campus

Arianna is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Public Health and Psychology and a minor in Food Systems. Her interdisciplinary background includes Global Health education at the University of Geneva, research on international women’s empowerment, and non-profit experience in the foodspace. She is interested in the growing field of planetary health, and sees HFC as a cutting edge organization at the intersection of human and environmental health. Arianna serves as the Director of Development, and is working to expand the breadth and depth of Herbicide-Free Campus’ reach.

Aliza McHugh

Senior Advisor of Strategic Partnerships, Re:Wild Your Campus

Aliza is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in Human Geography and Society & Environment. While in school she conducted research about food systems in the United States prison system which continues to surround her advocacy for supporting marginalized communities. She has worked for environmental non-profits such as Global Green and Environmental Grantmakers Association and after graduating served as an Americorps member for a youth development non-profit in San Francisco. She lives in Hood River Oregon working in sustainable tourism and community development. Aliza is currently the Director of Partnerships for Herbicide-Free Campus, hoping to bridge university campaigns and related national and local groups to enhance student advocacy. She serves as a core member for the HFC team in helping with strategy, development, and fellowship guidance.

Joey Misailidis

Community Coordinator, Re-Earth Initiative

Joey Misailidis (she/her) is Community Coordinator at Re-Earth Initiative. At 17 years old, from Honolulu, Hawai’i, she is currently a senior in high school.

Besides being active at Re-Earth Initiative she loves to swim, surf, play Hawaiian music, and participate in traditional Hawaiian voyaging. Joey also co-founded and runs an environmental leadership education program, Operation Leadership Hawai’i, for youth in Hawai’i along with a couple of friends.

Dr. Lora Morandin, Ph.D.

Associate Director, Pollinator Partnership

Lora Morandin has been doing research on bees and pollination since 1997. She started out working on bee pollination of greenhouse tomatoes at Western University in Ontario and that grew into an interest in native pollinator conservation and sustainable agriculture. She then did a PhD at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia studying modern agriculture and pollinators, followed by post-doctoral research at the University of California, Berkeley working on enhancement of native pollinators and natural enemy insects through small-scale farm restoration. Lora has co-authored books and book chapters, created outreach and technical guides, and has about 30 peer-reviewed publications on pollinators and sustainable agriculture, including innovative work on economic benefits of ecosystem services. She has consulted for government and industry on diverse ecological topics such as greenhouse coverings, seabird oiling from offshore oil and gas operations, and honey bee health research gaps. One of her main interests is finding ways that human land-use, production, and conservation can co-exist for a healthy and sustainable environment. Lora lives in Victoria, British Columbia and when she’s not working she spends time on her urban farm, with her family and pets, and enjoying BC’s beautiful natural areas.

Eliseo Nevarez

Community Programs & Outreach Coordinator, 5 Gyres

Eliseo is a marine science educator based in California. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with his B.A. in Biology, and is a certified Divemaster and Scientific Diver. He has worked with the Monterey Bay Aquarium, O’Neill Sea Odyssey, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, and Operation Wallacea Indonesia, teaching marine science classes in both Spanish and English. Eliseo loves introducing students to the incredible biodiversity of the California coast and hopes to inspire the next generation of ocean scientists and conservationists, especially those who may not always see themselves represented in the marine science world.

Liam M. Quaresimin

Director of International Affairs, Global Green

Liam M Quaresimin covers the role of Director of International Affairs for Global Green and its parent organization Green Cross, contributing to the development and hegemonic relations between the 28 GC national organizations. Liam speaks four languages and has lived in 3 continents before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a Public Policy & International Relations Masters degree. Prior to his role at GG, he has worked on Environmental lobbying issues in California, being on the team that fought with Senators B.Allen and R.Bloom to pass the AB1884 and SB1335 Bills (banning the use of single-use plastic straws and mandating recyclable or compostable plastics in all public offices and spaces statewide). Previously, in Spain, he worked with the Government to facilitate sustainable business strategies and discussion forums between cities and companies. Before his Climate endeavors, he managed development issues for a UNESCO world heritage site in Italy and organized cultural and artistic events in Barcelona.

Sofia Luna Quispe

Campaign Coordinator | COP27 Youth Delegate, Re-Earth Initiative

Sofia Luna Quispe is a 19 years-old climate and gender activist, and an anthropology student at UNMSM. Sofia is the grandchild of a Quechua indigenous and immigrant family living in Comas, Lima, Peru.

Currently, she’s part of organizations such as Latinas For Climate, and the Youth Environmental Commission of Peru. She’s also a project leader at Ollas Sostenibles, a grassroots initiative working on the food-water-energy nexus, and a Finalist of MIT’s 2023 Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge. On November 2022, she attended COP27 to present Pescando Oportunidades, the first short film produced as a part of the audiovisual project: Life On The Frontlines of Re Earth Initiative.

Isabel Mejía Roberts

Translations Coordinator and Recruitment Co-Coordinator, Re-Earth Initiative

Isabel Mejia-Roberts (she/her) is Translations Coordinator and REIcruitment Co-Coordinator at Re-Earth Initiative. At 19 years old, born in Washington, DC, USA, growing up in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico and now living in DC again, she is studying Mechanical Engineering and minoring in French at Cornell University.

Besides being active at Re-Earth Initiative she plays Ultimate Frisbee on Cornell’s Wild Roses, is part of the Cornell Mars Rover project team on campus, where she is currently working on redesigning their rover’s suspension system, and is a research assistant at the Symbiotic Engineering Analysis lab, where she works on water quality analysis on the PEARL project. Further she is a research assistant at Space System Design Studios, where she is working on a payload that will deploy chip satellites into space.

Theresa rose sebastian

Co-Founder, Re-Earth Initiative

Theresa Rose Sebastian (she/her) is Social Media Coordinator at Re-Earth Initiative. At 17 years old, born in Kottayam, Kerala, India and now living in Wilton, Cork, Ireland, she is a high-school student looking to study Law & Social Justice or Law & Politics in university next year.

Besides being active at Re-Earth Initiative she works in three specific fields: education, empowering and reform. Tess works with a variety of organisations who organise grassroots actions for justice as well as initiatives that work to empower and educate the people of today. Some groups are Project 19, Bring Back Green Kerala, FFF and her own personal projects.

Brooke Thorman

Brooke Thorman is one of the co-founders of Environmental Scouts and a biology enthusiast. She is passionate about wildlife — from plants and insects to all animals. She wants to protect them by promoting environmental education. She also hopes she can inspire young people like her to take action in their schools and communities, such as advocating to reduce disposables in school lunches, avoid using unsustainable school supplies and art materials, and working with school administrators to avoid the use of synthetic pesticides on school campuses. She realizes that education is the base of it all and needs to start at a young age, which was the genesis of Environmental Scouts.

She is still early in her school years, but Brooke aspires to be a mycologist, entomologist, an environmental lawyer, or — all of the above.

Dr. DJ Torres, Ph.D.

DE&I Course Curriculum,

Dr. DJ Torres has made institutional equity his life’s mission. He has over fifteen years in racial equity-focused management, which includes strategy development, implementation of multi-year projects, and executive-level coaching. His doctoral degree focused on the historical constructions of systems of privilege in the United States, with special focus on intersections between race, gender, class, religion, and sexuality. DJ also holds a masters degree in divinity.

Dominique Baqueiro Vigueras

Re-Earth Initiative

Dominique Baqueiro Vigueras, known to all as ‘Dicky’, (she/they) is Creative Coordinator and REIcruitment Co-Coordinator at Re-Earth Initiative. At 24 years old, from Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, México she is currently majoring in Languages and Public Relationships at Universidad La Salle Victoria.

Besides being active at Re-Earth Initiative she collaborated with Girl Up International and United Voices. She is a Young Ambassador with the Plastic Pollution Coalition and with 4OCEAN.

Alison Waliszewski

Director of Policy, 5 Gyres

Alison joins the team with nine years of experience managing community-based programming for arts, cultural, education and environmental nonprofits in Baltimore, Maryland. Motivated to further support the community’s needs for infrastructure reform, Alison worked as a volunteer manager, mobilizing a base of 4,500 volunteers to support the work of an NGO, Blue Water Baltimore, that improved local water quality by working with community members to fix city infrastructure through storm-water management projects and through legal and legislative advocacy. Additionally, she volunteered as an engagement director for a Maryland State Delegate, whose grassroots campaign succeeded in winning a 2018 Maryland State Senate seat.

joseph wilkanowski

Co-Founder, Re-Earth Initiative

Joseph Wilkanowski (he/him) is Co-Founder and Treasurer at Re-Earth Initiative. At 19 years old, based in New York City, he is studying Quantum Physics and Businesses Management at Skidmore College.

Besides Re-Earth and College, he volunteers at NYU Langone Hospital where he focuses on grassroots efforts.

Rose Williamson

Development Specialist and Curriculum Manager, Re:Wild Your Campus

Rose graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in International Relations and Economics in 2021. While in school, she led an Herbicide-Free campaign at LMU, working with the grounds crew to develop an organic space on campus and passing student resolutions for organic land management. Rose is passionate about the intersection of environmental stewardship and policy, and has interned with political campaigns to push the envelope of environmental policy change. At HFC, she serves as the Program and Operations Coordinator in order to further the campaign through new initiatives, strategies, and development.

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