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Event: Climate Ride New England Conversation Leaders

Phoebe Moore, PhD
September 10, 2019
Phoebe S. Moore, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of adults, children, teens and families affected by obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety disorders since 1998. Dr. Moore joined the faculty at Duke University Medical Center in 2004 and then came to the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2011. […]
Ashley Marsh
September 10, 2019
Ashley joined MASS in 2018, driven by a desire to address the spatial implications of our rewired culture of life, learning, and play. A licensed architect, she has worked across the spectrum of learning, public, technology, and innovative research sectors. Ashley was part of the team that wrote “The Third Teacher” one of Fast Company’s […]
Dirk Rosen
September 10, 2019
Dirk is an ocean explorer, deploying deep diving robotic submarines to document recovery and demise in the depths beyond SCUBA. Dirk designed and built manned submersibles and robotic submarines for 17 years, and spent another 5 years at NASA integrating robotics into the International Space Station, before founding, and running Marine Applied Research and Exploration […]
Dan Huynh
September 10, 2019
Hi everyone, my name is Dan Huynh and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I am bike commuter living the car-free life in SoCal. Yay! If my home region was a cooler and more equitable place, it would support my neighbors by giving them the option to do the same. And because the region struggles to do […]
Sachu Constantine
September 9, 2019
Sachu manages Vote Solar’s regulatory efforts, coordinating strategy and operations for our far-flung but elite team of experts and intervenors.  Prior to joining Vote Solar he served as the Director of Policy at the Center for Sustainable Energy for 5 years. Sachu lived and worked abroad in Germany and Hungary and was a Peace Corps […]
Briana Kobor
September 9, 2019
Briana specializes in utility regulation, ratemaking, and policy development. She has been in the energy industry since 2007, spending eight years in energy consulting at MRW & Associates prior to joining Vote Solar. Briana focuses her work on distributed generation rate design, diving deep into utility rate cases to ensure that customers are treated fairly […]
John P. Given
September 9, 2019
John P. Given is an attorney in Los Angeles, California, with a solo public interest practice focusing on land use and zoning, environmental law including the California Environmental Quality Act and California Coastal Act, the California Public Records Act, and civil rights.  Before practicing law, John was a successful composer and won an Emmy Award for […]
Kathy Lunetta
September 5, 2019
Kathy Lunetta is a professor of Biostatistics at Boston University School of Public Health, where she mentors Master of Public Health students and doctoral students in biostatistics, bioinformatics, and epidemiology.  Her school’s location next to a safety net hospital and in a coastal city leads her to confront the impact of climate change on the […]