Team

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Staff

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Kelly Abagat
Administrative Coordinator
Berlin, Germany
Mariana Abdalla
Senior Global Communications Specialist
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Kelly Albion
Campaigns Director, 350 Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Tamara Amalia
Asia Comms Manager
Jakarta, Indonesia
Anna Amar
Africa Francophone Communications Coordinator
Dakar, Senegal
JL Andrepont
Senior Policy Analyst
Vancouver, WA, USA
Verity Appleby
Development Director, 350 Australia
Sydney, Australia
Hinako Arao
Japan Team Leader
Tokyo, Japan
Chuck Baclagon
Asia Regional Finance Campaigner
Manila, The Philippines
Will Bates
Deputy Organising Director
Jaca, Spain
Karen Benson
Global HR Associate
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Hermione Berendt
Digital Content Creator
Brighton, United Kingdom
Dawn Betteridge
Director of Strategy and Integrated Learning
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Betsy Bevis
Global Digital Engagement Strategist
Maine, USA
May Boeve
Executive Director
Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
Matilda Borgstrom
Senior Digital Campaign Specialist - Europe & UK
Glasgow, UK
Wanda Borter
Senior Digital Fundraiser
Belfeld, Netherlands
Carly Brownell
Development Assistant
New York, NY, USA
Kim Bryan
Associate Director, Global Communications
Machynlleth, UK
Bridget Burrows
Movement Support Director
London, UK
Eve Byers
Content Producer, 350 Australia
Tasmania, Australia
Kate Cahoon
Team Lead Germany
Berlin, Germany
Katy Cashman
Organisational Development Manager
Milan, Italy
Liangyi Chang
Asia Managing Director
New Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Natasha Cherry
Executive Assistant
Saint Leonard, Maryland, USA
Nama Chowdhary
Head of Public Engagement Department
London, United Kingdom
Anthony Collins
Western Australian Organiser, 350 Australia
Perth, Australia
James Conlan
Campaign Manager – Electrify Your Council
Melbourne, Australia
Monica Davies
Digital Organising Manager
Cape Town, South Africa
Sisilia Nurmala Dewi
Indonesia Team Leader
Bali, Indonesia
Peri Dias
Latin America Communications Manager
São Paulo, Brazil
Clémence Dubois
Associate Director of Global Campaigns
Paris, France
Hugo Duchesne
Associate Director, Multimedia & Design
La Rochelle, France
Lully Duque
Design Specialist
Bogatá, Colombia
Jaq Evans
Associate Director, Social Media & Engagement Strategy
Seattle, Washington, USA
Jacynta Fa'amau
Pacific Regional Campaign Specialist
Victoria, Australia
Candice Fortin
US Campaign Manager
New York, USA
Débora Gastal
Associate Director, Editorial & Languages
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Aube Giroux
Senior Video Producer (North + Latin America)
New York (USA)
Sarah Gitau
Senior Global HR Generalist
Nairobi, Kenya
Funda Görür
Support Services and Engagement Specialist
Nuremberg, Germany
Sherezz Grant
Web Developer/Wordpress Products Manager
Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago
Chris Gusen
Canada Senior Digital Specialist
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Nicolas Haeringer
Associate Director Movement Partnerships
Die, France
Agnes Hall
Campaigns Director
London, UK
Irfan Toni Herlambang
Asia Digital Manager
Jakarta, Indonesia
Smiso Hlongwa
Senior Account Payable Specialist
Johannesburg, South Africa
Christian Hounkannou
Field Organiser
Cotonou, Benin
Rachel Hubbard
Associate Director - Organizing and Campaigning Products
Bristol, United Kingdom
Daniel Hunter
Associate Director, Global Training
Philadelphia, PA, USA
Nona Hurkmans
Global Digital Content Strategist
London, UK
Risa Iizuka
Japan Organiser
Tokyo, Japan
Benson Imoh
Lead Developer
Abuja, Nigeria
Masayoshi Iyoda
Japan Campaigner
Tokyo, Japan
Emma Jackson
Canada Senior Organizing Specialist
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Atiya Jaffar
Canada Digital Manager
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Alia Kajee
South Africa Campaigner
Johannesburg, South Africa
Rukiya Khamis
Africa Regional Organiser
Nairobi, Kenya
Baraka Chris Kif
Africa Digital Campaign Manager
Johannesburg, South Africa
Lila Kohrman-Glaser
350 USA Network Manager
Maine, USA
Julia Krzyszkowska
Deputy Director, Digital Campaigning & Organising
Brussels, Belgium
Jana Kurtz
Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Vermont, USA
Olivia Langhoff
Managing Director
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tine Langkamp
Senior Germany Organiser and Campaigner
Münster, Germany
Johanna Lewis
Senior Organizing Specialist
Toronto, Canada
Cansin Leylim
Associate Director Global Campaigns
Livia Lie
Digital Campaign Associate
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Kathleen Lei Limayo
Video Producer (Asia + Pacific)
Quezon City, Philippines
Fenton Lutunatabua
Head of Regions
Suva, Fiji
Jill MacIntyre
Canada Organizer
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Christine Malata
Editorial Specialist
Johannesburg, South Africa
Waniki Malupawi
Our Islands Our Home Organiser, 350 Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Zaki Mamdoo
StopEACOP Campaign Coordinator
Johannesburg, South Africa
Lucy Manne
CEO, 350 Australia
Sydney, Australia
Bianca Marquez
Associate Director of Digital Fundraising
Arlington, Virginia, USA
Helena Mullenbach Martinez
Latin America Regional Organizer
Bogotá, Colombia
Tumi Masipa
South Africa Digital and communications specialist
Johannesburg, South Africa
Ellie May
Global Digital Campaigner
London, UK
Christine Mbithi
Africa Communications Manager
Nairobi, Kenya
Liset Meddens
Fossil Free Netherlands Coordinator
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Norly Mercado
Asia Regional Director
Manila, Philippines
Sandi Mhambi
Finance and Operations Manager
Johannesburg, South AFrica
Alessandro Moliterno
NSW Organiser
Sydney, Australia
George Guivalu Nacewa
Pacific Organiser
Suva, Fiji
Landry Ninteretse
Africa Managing Director
Bujumbura, Burundi
Amira Odeh
Regional Organiser
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Jeff Ordower
North America Director
Philadelphia, USA
Dee Paje
O&C Tools Product Specialist
Berlin, Germany
Lavanya Pant
Organiser, 350 Australia
Melbourne, Australia
Dian Paramita
Indonesia Digital Organiser
Bali, Indonesia
Tshepo Peele
Organiser
Johannesburg, South Africa
Amara Possian
Canada Team Lead
Toronto, Canada
Mark Raven
Europe Communications Manager
Hertford, UK
Jase Roberts
Associate Director of Analytics and Data Science
Vermont, USA
Sofia Rodriguez
Senior Germany Organiser
Germany
Maria Roper
Senior Digital Fundraising Specialist
Denver, Colorado, USA
Luiz Afonso Rosario
Climate Defender Organiser
Guaraqueçaba, Paraná, Brazil
Yaniliz Rosario
US Senior Organizer
Wisconsin, USA
Aaron Ross
Product Director
Angers, France
Rob Saunders
Head of Operations
London, UK
Anne Schroeer
Global Director of Fundraising
Madrid, Spain
Samkelisiwe Shongwe
Global Finance and Operations Specialist
Johannesburg, South Africa
Andreas Sieber
Policy and Campaigns Associate Director
Berlin, Gerrmany
Joseph Zane Sikulu
Pacific Managing Director
Sydney, Australia
Randhir Singh
Senior Accounting Specialist
Queens, NY, USA
Drue Slatter
Asia + Pacific Communications Manager
Japan
Mel Smith
US Senior Communications Specialist
New York, USA
Taylor Smith-Hams
US Senior Organiser
Baltimore, USA
Joanna Christina Sta. Isabel
Asia Senior Regional Organizing Specialist
Philippines
Shani Tager
Senior Campaigner, 350 Australia
Sydney, Australia
Bibhu Tamrakar
CRM Associate Director
Kathmandu, Nepal
UG Tanaka
Japan Digital Campaigner
Tokyo, Japan
Daniel Teo
Senior Digital Content Producer
Singapore
Alandria Terry
Assistant to the Executive Team
Atlanta, GA
Mamadou Tiam
Africa Digital and Communications Specialist
Dakar, Senegal
Jenny Tuazon
Senior Global Digital Campaign Specialist
Manila, Phillippines
Beatrice Tulagan
Associate Director Network Development
Taguig City, Philippines
Glen Tyler
South Africa Team Leader
Cape Town, South Africa
Nico Udu-gama
US Partnerships Coordinator
Maryland, USA
Beatrice Valek
Queensland Organiser, 350 Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Tommy Vickerstaff
UK Team Leader
London, UK
Lisa Viliamu Jameson
Queensland Organiser, 350 Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Rushina Vipani
Finance Director
Virginia, USA
Kennedy Walker
UK Organiser
London, UK
Wilfred Wendt
Pacific Digital Organiser
Suva, Fiji
Kara Werner
Senior Evaluation & Administrative Specialist
Germany
Sarah Wilbore
Global Communications Director
Toronto, Canada
Nicolò Wojewoda
Europe Managing Director
London, United Kingdom
Busi Zasekhaya
Climate Justice Coalition Coordinator
Johannesburg, South Africa
Ndlhoko Zitha
Global Systems & Operations Specialist
-Remote, GMT +2-
Ilan Zugman
Latin America Managing Director
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil

Board

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Rashmi Mistry

Board Chair

Based in South Africa for the last 11 years, Rashmi has led campaigns in international development for a number of years and is currently a co-founder of a multi-disciplinary collective Better by Codesign. Prior to this, Rashmi was the Head of Oxfam's global GROW campaign on food & climate justice, providing leadership for Oxfam's campaigns on climate, hunger, land rights, sustainable agriculture and the rights of women small scale producers. Her career began in the private sector in media & communications, before moving into the NGO sector, first at CAFOD managing campaigns on extractives, aid & climate before moving to Civicus to lead a global human rights campaign. In 2011 Rashmi joined Oxfam in South Africa as climate lead working with communities of women & activists on national & global policy change. She joined Oxfam International in 2014 to support southern campaign leadership. Rashmi is a passionate advocate for ensuring the voices of women & people most affected by the climate crisis are at the heart of policy & decision making.

China Brotsky

Vice Chair and Treasurer

China Brotsky is an active leader in the global social justice movement who uses her skills in finance, operations and governance to support organizations in the environmental justice, climate, anti-corporate power and immigrant rights movements. She served most recently as a senior leader at SumOfUs, a global online corporate accountability organization. Besides 350.org, she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the ACLU of Northern California and Oasis Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm providing asylum services to LGBTQIA+ refugees. China spent over 20 years on the executive leadership of Tides. Her work included building a bi-national peer-learning network on collaborative space and an online donation application for social justice organizations. She was also a founding member of the Political Ecology Group, a Bay Area environmental justice organization and served on the boards of CorpWatch, Global Greengrants Fund and Greenpeace US. In 2020, she also worked with Seed The Vote to support the election work of grassroots organizations in AZ, FL, GA and PA.

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Daniela Costa

Secretary

Daniela Costa is based in Sao Paulo. Daniela Pais Costa is currently the Americas Senior Development Manager at Greenpeace International. She has over 15 years of experience advancing human rights and social justice at the global, regional and national level. She was part of and led one of the most pioneering organizational changes in the development sector at the time: the internationalization of ActionAid and later on, she led the transition of multi-affiliated Oxfam to one Oxfam in the Southern Africa region. Previous to Greenpeace, she worked at Making all Voices Count, an innovative programme that tests and documents learning on whether technology can foster transparency and accountability. She has worked with organizations from over 20 countries supporting organizations and their leadership in their development with focus on strategy development, programme development, board leadership and change processes.

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Chibeze Ezekiel

Chibeze is the coordinator of the Strategic Youth Network for Development (SYND), which convenes the Youth in Natural Resources and Environmental Governance (Youth-NREG) Platform in Ghana. He is a certified Youth Master Trainer on Climate Change and an appointed National SDGs Champion by CARE Denmark. He is also a co-founder of 350 Ghana Reducing our Carbon (G-ROC), the local chapter of 350.org. He has significant experience in promoting youth inclusion in the governance of the natural resources and environmental sector.

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Ellen Sprenger

Ellen Sprenger is a strategist and advocate for social and climate justice. Since 2004, she has been the founder and CEO of Spring. She is a believer — especially in human potential and our collective ability to solve the problems of our time. She is a curious and creative optimist, an espresso enthusiast and avid meditator. Her areas of expertise include multi-actor conference facilitation, future-scenario development, strengthening financial innovation and resilience for justice organizations globally, and executive coaching. Previously she held several management positions at Oxfam-Novib and was the Executive Director of Mama Cash, a feminist foundation based in Amsterdam. Ellen holds a master's degree in Development Studies, an MBA from Erasmus University, and she is an Integral Master Coach™ and Certified Integral Facilitator™. Ellen is from the Netherlands and Canada, and has lived in Tanzania, South Africa and the United States.

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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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KC Golden

KC is an active leader in the national climate movement in the USA and served as Board Chair for 350 from 2015 through 2020. 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 has campaigned for energy solutions and climate justice at the state and local levels in the Northwest US, and served as Energy Policy Director for the State of Washington.

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Terry Odendahl

Terry has spent more than 50 years bridging the gap between our natural and human worlds. She is the retired President and CEO of Global Greengrants Fund, where she served for over a decade. An anthropologist by training, Terry has held faculty positions at Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute; the University of California, San Diego; and Yale University. She is the author or editor of four books: Charity Begins at Home: Generosity and Self-Interest Among the Philanthropic Elite; America’s Wealthy and the Future of Foundations; Women and Power in the Nonprofit Sector; and Career Patterns in Philanthropy. She has published Op-Eds for The Guardian, EcoWatch, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The New York Times, Alliance Magazine and other outlets. Terry helmed the National Network of Grantmakers in the 1990s, and worked as a program officer at the Wyss Foundation to protect public lands in the western United States in the early part of this century. Terry is co-founder of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research in Washington, D.C., and the Institute for Collaborative Change in New Mexico. In addition to 350, she currently serves on the boards of Save the Colorado and the EDGE Funders Alliance.

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Yeb Saño

Yeb Madla Saño is a climate justice activist from The Philippines and currently serves as the Executive Director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Board of the Laudato Si’ Movement (the Global Catholic Climate Movement). Previously, he was Commissioner of the Philippines’ Climate Change Commission, the country’s lead policy-making government body on climate change. Yeb was the Philippines’ chief negotiator in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and was widely known for championing climate justice in the climate negotiations. He also served as Chair of the UNFCCC’s Long Term Finance Work Programme. He has been working with local communities and international bodies for more than 25 years, tackling domestic and international issues that relate to climate policy, clean energy, international finance, biodiversity, marine conservation, disaster risk reduction, and governance, including a stint as the Director of the Climate and Energy Programme of the World Wide Fund for Nature. Yeb led a 1500 kilometer walk with other climate activists from Rome to Paris in 2015. He is also an avid scuba diver, wildlife photographer, cyclist, painter, and a firm believer in community empowerment.

Emeritus

Bill McKibben

Bill McKibben

Bill is Founder and Senior Advisor at 350.org 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. Bill has written a dozen books about the environment, including his first, The End of Nature, published 25 years ago, and his most recent, Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?

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