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Event: Non-Profit and Thought Leaders

Jonah Yellowman
August 27, 2019
Jonah is Diné from Halgaito in Monument Valley, UT. He is of the Many Arrow Bitterwater clan and born of the Redhouse clan. He was a founding Board Member for Utah Diné Bikéyah (UDB) in 2011 and serves as the Spiritual Advisor for the non-profit organization, promoting healing among people and across ancestral lands. As […]
Dr. Tiffany Wise-West
April 10, 2019
Dr. Tiffany Wise-West is the Sustainability and Climate Action Manager for the City of Santa Cruz. With a bachelor’s degree in civil/environmental engineering from Purdue University and a doctoral degree in environmental studies from the University of California Santa Cruz, she is a licensed professional civil engineer and LEED associate professional with over 20 years of […]
Dan Haifley
April 8, 2019
Dan was the first Executive Director of O’Neill Sea Odyssey, a free, ocean-going science and environment program for mostly low income elementary school students, from 1999 to 2019. Over 100,000 students were served during his tenure, where he also oversaw a fundraising campaign for and the renovation of the O’Neill building at the Santa Cruz […]
Torrey Udall
August 29, 2018
Torrey grew up in Carbondale, Colorado where he forged an early and lasting connection to the ski mountain and the outdoors. As Development Director, Torrey manages POW’s development strategy, including cultivation of industry partners, foundations, major donors, and execution of events. Additionally, Torrey oversees POWs finances and budget, bookkeeping, and compliance. Before joining POW in […]
Tim Sullivan
August 29, 2018
Tim Sullivan is the Climate Director for the North American Region of The Nature Conservancy. He oversees work in all 50 states to develop a climate change program including work on state-level policy; land-based emissions mitigation, and communication and outreach projects. Prior to this, he was the State Director for The Conservancy’s Colorado Chapter. As […]
Cindy Jayne
August 1, 2018
Cindy Jayne is an active member of Local 20/20’s Climate and Energy Action groups, is the chair of the Port Townsend/Jefferson County Climate Action Committee. She was the project manager for the Planning for Climate Change on the North Olympic Peninsula project.
Corinne Winter
March 7, 2018
Mark Wenzler
March 7, 2018
Derek Walker
March 7, 2018
Gernot Wagner
March 7, 2018
Brian von Herzen
March 7, 2018
Lauren Van Ham
March 7, 2018