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Elliot Altomare
People Team Coordinator
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Keisha Ames
Finance Manager
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Matthew Anderson
Lead Designer
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Vanessa Arcara
Executive Assistant to Bill McKibben
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Leslie Back
Senior Development Officer
Alexandria, VA, USA
Chuck Baclagon
East Asia Digital Campaigner
Manila, The Philippines
Samantha Bailey
Co-director of Organizational Development
Eastern Cape, South Africa
Hoda Baraka
Global Communications Director
Cairo, Egypt
Will Bates
Global Campaigns Director and Co-Founder
Jaca, Spain
Justin Benn
Multimedia Manager
North Yorkshire, UK
Emma Biermann
European Trainings Coordinator & Regional Organizer
​Paris, France
May Boeve
Executive Director
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Richard Brooks
North America Iconic Divestment Campaigns Coordinator
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Juliano Bueno de Araujo
Latin America Climate Change Campaigns Coordinator
Curitiba, Paraná, Brasil
Bridget Burrows
Mobilisation Strategist
London, UK
Yossi Cadan
Global Senior Divestment Campaigner
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Kate Cahoon
Germany Campaigner
Berlin, Germany
Natalia Cardona
North America Frontline Engagement Coordinator
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Susan Cavanagh
Project Manager
Sydney, Australia
Liangyi Chang
East Asia Regional Campaign Coordinator
New Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
James Clark
Digital Campaigns Manager
Melbourne, Australia
Nathalia Clark
Latin America Communications Coordinator
Brasilia, Brazil
Beta Coronel
US National Organizer
Queens, New York
Tes de Leon-Connors
HR Manager
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A
Liza Degtiarenko
EECCA Digital Communications Coordinator
Kyiv, Ukraine
Masada Disenhouse
US Organizing Coordinator
San Diego, California, USA
Clémence Dubois
France Divestment Campaigner
Paris, France
Natwipha Evasakul
East Asia Regional Team Leader
Bangkok, Thailand
Aurore Fauret
Energy East Organizer
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Cam Fenton
Canada Tar Sands Organizer
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Brett Fleishman
Senior Global Analyst
Oakland, California, U.S.A.
Michelle Fournier
Local Group Services Coordinator
Portland, Maine, USA
Shin Furuno
Japan Divestment Campaigner
Tokyo, Japan
Débora Gastal
Translations & Localisation Manager
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Ellen Gibson
UK Divestment Network Coordinator
London, UK
Anna Goldstein
US Team Coordinator
Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
suzi grishpul
Technology Manager + Web Developer
Denver, CO, USA
Nicolas Haeringer
France Campaigner (Chargé de Campagne)
Marseille, France
Louise Hazan
Europe Digital Campaigner
Oxford, UK
Dani Heffernan
US Communications Coordinator
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Jamie Henn
Strategic Communications Director and Co-Founder
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Irfan Toni Herlambang
Indonesia Digital Campaigner
Jakarta, Indonesia
Matt Hillsberg
Development Associate
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Hong Hoang
350 Vietnam Coordinator
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Julie Hudson
Development Director
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Daniel Hunter
Global Trainings Manager
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Mahir Ilgaz
Grants and Research Coordinator
Inna Indutna
Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia Field Organiser
Kiev, Ukraine
Atiya Jaffar
Canada Digital Campaigner
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Emily Jovais
US Digital Campaigner
Oakland, California, U.S.A
Anna Keenan
Fossil Free Community Manager
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Chris Kif
Africa-Arab World Regional Digital Campaigner
Johannesburg, South Africa
Glen Klatovsky
Deputy CEO/Campaign Strategist, 350 Australia
Sydney, Australia
Janina Klimas
Special Projects Coordinator
Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Marianne Koch
Global Training Coordinator
Hamburg, Germany
Jason Kowalski
US Policy Director
Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Olivia Kramer
Operations Coordinator
Brooklyn, NY
Olivia Langhoff
Regional Director
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tine Langkamp
Germany Divestment Campaigner
Münster, Germany
Matt Leonard
Director of Special Projects
Oakland, California, U.S.A.
Lerato Letebele
Africa Communications Coordinator
Johannesburg, South Africa
Gabriela Lopez
HR Specialist
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Fenton Lutunatabua
Pacific Campaigner
Suva, Fiji
Kendall Mackey
US Keep it in the Ground Campaigner
Portland, ME, USA
Devin Maeztri
Indonesia Campaigner
Depok Utara, Indonesia
Jenny Marienau
US Campaign Director
Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.A
Melanie Mattauch
Europe Communications Coordinator
Berlin, Germany
Katie McChesney
US Divestment Campaign Manager
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Bill McKibben
Senior Advisor and Co-Founder
Vermont, U.S.A
Liset Meddens
Fossil Free Netherlands Coordinator
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Lindsay Meiman
US Communications Coordinator
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Sandi Mhambi
Finance and Logistics Administrator
Johannesburg, South AFrica
Ahmed Mokgopo
Africa Regional Divestment Campaigner
Johannesburg, South Africa
Humphreys Munai
Chief Operating Officer
Georgia, U.S.A.
Sabelo Narasimhan
US Digital Campaigns Manager
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Landry Ninteretse
Interim Africa-Arab World Team Leader
Bujumbura, Burundi
Julian Noisecat
US Policy Analyst
Washington, DC
Niamh O'flynn
350 New Zealand Executive Director
Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
Nicole Oliveira
Latin America Team Leader
São Paulo, Brazil
Juan Pablo Olsson
Latin America Campaigner
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Angelique Orr
Campaigns Director
Oxford, United Kingdom
Jeremy Osborn
Director of Risk and Compliance and Co-Founder
Missoula, Montana, USA
Aaron Packard
Global Projects Manager
Wellington, New Zealand
Danielle Paffard
UK Divestment Campaigner
London, UK
Blair Palese
CEO, 350 Australia
Sydney, Australia
Prince Papa
Interim Sub-Saharan Field Organiser
Nairobi, Kenya
Payal Parekh
Programme Director
Bern, Switzerland
Tshepo Peele
South Africa Field Organiser and Campaigner
Johannesburg, South Africa
Katie Rae Perfitt
Canada Divestment Organizer
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Devyn Powell
U.S. Digital Campaigner
Washington, DC, U.S.A.
Tim Ratcliffe
Europe Keep It In The Ground Coordinator
Berlin, Germany
Rochelle Ray
Accounting Manager
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Kaja Rebane
US Field Organiser
Wisconsin, USA
Patrick Reinsborough
U.S. Organizing Manager
Oakland, CA, USA
Maggie Riddington
Volunteer Coordinator
Melbourne, Australia
Svitlana Romanko
Eastern Europe Climate Change Solutions Campaigner
Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine
Deborah Rosenstein
US Trainings Coordinator
Hillsborough, NC, USA
Marie Rousseau
Translation & Localisation Coordinator
Paris, France
Eduardo Santaela
Deputy Digital Director
Rolf Schuttenhelm
Netherlands Digital Divestment Campaigner
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Deirdre Shelly
US Distributed Organizing Coordinator
Washington, DC, USA
Ian Shimizu-Pughe
Japan Field Organizer
Tokyo, Japan
Sara Shor
US Keep It In The Ground Campaign Manager
Oakland, California, U.S.A.
David Solnit
North American Arts Organizer
Oakland, California, USA
Phoebe Song
Accounts Payable Associate
Brooklyn, New York, USA
David Stember
Co-Director, Organisational Development
Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A.
Marie Tanao-Archer
Japan Communications Coordinator
Tokyo, Japan
Christian Tengblad
Sweden Divestment Campaigner
Farsta, Sweden
Clayton Thomas-Muller
Canada Stop It At The Source Campaigner
Ottawa, Canada
Jackson Turner
Australian Campus Divestment Coordinator
Sydney, Australia
Glen Tyler
South Africa Team Leader
Cape Town, South Africa
Andrew Wilcox
Fundraising Manager
Sydney, Australia
Nicolò Wojewoda
Europe Team Leader
London, United Kingdom
Thanu Yakupitiyage
US Communications Manager
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Thelma Young
Digital Storyteller & Social Media Manager
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.



KC Golden

Board Chair

KC is an active leader in the national climate movement in the USA, serving on the boards of several national climate groups. He has also been active in the utility industry, helping Seattle City Light become the first major carbon-free electric utility in the late 1990s. He was one of Seattle Magazine’s “Power 25” most influential people, and it’s #1 “Eco-Hero.”

China Brotsky


China is Director of Finance and Operations at SumOfUs, a global online corporate accountability campaign organization. China spent over 20 years at Tides as CFO, Senior Vice-President, and Managing Director. She is a serial entrepreneur and founded a number of social enterprises in the nonprofit technology and real estate sectors as well as a bi-national peer-learning network on collaborative space. She also uses her skills in finance and operations on the Board of Directors of Global Greengrants Fund UK/Europe, the ACLU of Northern California and the Nonprofit Centers Network.


Melina Laboucan-Massimo


Melina is a Lubicon Cree from Northern Alberta, and an Indigenous and environmental activist who knows the reality of the oil sands too well. Having grown up in the oil sands region, she witnessed the impacts of oil sands development on her Nation’s people, culture, and land. She now spends most of her days traveling inside Canada and around the world to share her family’s stories and realities with a larger audience.

Bill McKibben

Bill McKibben

Bill is Founder and Senior Advisor at and is the Schumann Distinguished Professor in Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. He is a 2014 recipient of the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel’ and is a founding fellow of the Sanders Institute. He has written a dozen books about the environment, including his first, The End of Nature, published in 1989, and his most recent, Oil and Honey.


Naomi Klein

Naomi is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author of the international bestsellers This Changes Everything, The Shock Doctrine, and No Logo. She is a columnist for The Nation magazine and The Guardian newspaper and is a contributing editor at Harper’s magazine. Her reporting from Iraq for Harper’s won the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism.

Jay Halfon

Jay Halfon

Jay is a practicing attorney and public policy strategist. He represents tax-exempt organizations, including public charities, private foundations, advocacy groups and political entities. He has a broad range of experience influencing public policy in both Congress and state legislatures.

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Jessy Tolkan

Currently focused on shifting the auto-industry in a more sustainable direction, Jessy has spent the last decade as a movement leader working to build progressive change. She recently served as Citizen Engagement Laboratory’s Co-Executive Director. She was a Senior Fellow with the New Organizing Institute consulting on progressive infrastructure building, the 2012 youth vote, and next steps for the climate & energy sector. Before switching her attention to the progressive movement at large, Jessy was the Executive Director for the Energy Action Coalition.

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Lidy Nacpil

Lidy is an activist from the Philippines working on economic, environmental, social and gender justice issues. She is the Coordinator of Jubilee South – Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD), Co-coordinator of the Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice (DCJ), and member of the Coordinating Committee of the Global Alliance on Tax Justice (GATJ). She also serves as the Vice President of the Freedom From Debt Coalition (FDC) in the Philippines and Convenor of the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ).

Kumi Naidoo

Born in Durban, South Africa, Kumi is a human rights activist and previously the International Executive Director of international environmentalist group Greenpeace. He currently serves on the boards of, Global Greengrants Fund and UN Women’s Civil Society Advisory Board. Returning to his native South Africa in 2016, he currently serves as the start-up launch director for The African Civil Society Centre.