Dea Brickner-Wood (Activist) – President – Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
Curtis Ogden (Activist) – Vice President – Interaction Institute for Social Change
Ina Smith (Funder) – Secretary – Johnson Family Foundation
Caroly Shumway (Activist/Funder) – Agape Foundation & Valley Alliance for Smart Growth
Denise Hart (Activist) – Save Our Groundwater *Jennifer Marshal (Activist) – Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance
Jesus Gerena (Activist) – Treasurer – Family Independence Initiative
John Moyers (Activist) – Smart Growth for Bristol *Martha Stein (Activist) – Maine Council of Churches
Rupert Friday (Activist) – Rhode Island Land Trust Council
Valentine Doyle (Funder) – Lawson Valentine Foundation
Aaron Goode (Activist) – New Haven Bioregional Group
Amanda Sears (Activist) – Alliance for Clean and Healthy Maine
Dave Madan (Activist) – theMOVE
Fred Yen (Activist) – Sustainable Winchester
Jennifer Pereira (Funder) – Rhode Island Foundation
Jonathan Scott (Funder) – Singing Field Foundation
Josh Arnold (Activist) – Global Action Local Awareness (GALA)
Julius Kolowale (Activist) – African Alliance of Rhode Island
Rob Garrity (Activist) – Massachusetts Climate Action Network
Theresa Snow (Activist) – Salvation Farms
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