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“It Takes a Village”

The Toward Tomorrow initiative has included the input of more than 140 individuals since it began in 2006. Below we list the names of those individuals and the portion of the project in which they participated.

Oral Histories

For more information, see the Oral Histories page.

  • Dr. Juan Almandares, Executive Director of the Centre for the Prevention, Rehabilitation and Treatment of Victims of Torture in Honduras
  • Eula Bingham, Professor of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
  • Theo Colborn, TEDX (The Endocrine Disruption Exchange)
  • David Gee, European Environment Agency
  • Ken Geiser, Co-Director, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Lois Gibs, Executive Director, Center for Health and Environmental Justice
  • Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director, Indigenous Environmental Network
  • Vilma Hunt, Nuclear Expert, Science Educator
  • Richard Jackson, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Fred Kirschenman, Leopold Center
  • Michael Lerner, Commonweal
  • Richard Levins, Harvard School of Public Health
  • Richard Moore, Southwest Network for Economic and Environmental Justice
  • Ed Rodman, Episcopal Divinity School
  • Peggy Shepard, WE ACT for Environmental Justice
  • Damu Smith, Environmental Justice and Peace Activist
  • Benedeto Terraccini, Università di Torino (retired)
  • Margot Wallstrom, Vice President of the European Commission
  • David Zwick, Clean Water Action

Advisors

  • Molly Anderson, Henry A. Wallace Center
  • Eula Bingham, University of Cincinnati
  • Michael Brown, Michael S. Brown Associates
  • Phil Brown, Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, Brown University
  • Stephanie Chalupka, Worcester State College
  • Richard Clapp, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production; Boston University
  • Janet Clark, Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute
  • Cathy Crumbley, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Veronica Eady, WE ACT for Environmental Justice
  • Michael Ellenbecker, Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute
  • Willie Fontenot, Community Activist (retired)
  • David Gee, European Environment Agency
  • Ken Geiser, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Richard Jackson, University of California Berkeley
  • Misa Kishi, Center for International Forestry Research; Environmental Scientists, JSI Research and Training Institute, Inc.
  • David Kriebel, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Paul Locke, Visiting Scholar, Department of Environmental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Brian Mayer, University of Florida
  • Tony McMichael, Director, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University
  • Margaret Quinn, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Kathleen Rest, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Ted Schettler, Science Environmental Health Network
  • Mark Walters, Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, University of South Florida
  • David Wegman, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Alex Wilson, Publisher, Environmental Building News

Common Agenda Discussion Groups

  • Brenda Afzal, University of Maryland School of Nursing
  • Molly Anderson, Food Systems Integrity
  • John Balbus, Environmental Defense
  • Liz Blackburn, Office of Children’s Health, US EPA
  • Jose Bravo, Just Transition Alliance
  • Len Broberg, University of Montana
  • Robert Bullard, Environmental Justice Resource Center
  • Will Callaway, Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Buck Cameron, Center to Protect Worker's Rights
  • Dave Campbell, USW LU 675
  • Ed Collins, IBEW/Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow
  • Roger Cook, WNYCOSH
  • Cecil Corbin-Mark WeACT
  • Pat Costner, Greenpeace
  • Karen DiBari, National Forest Foundation
  • Rick Engler, NJ WEC
  • Paul Epstein, Harvard Center for Global Change
  • Joshua Farley, University of Vermont
  • Paula Ford, Kansas State University
  • Thomas Forster, Community Food Security Coalition
  • Eric Frumin, UNITE
  • Kate Gordon, Apollo Alliance
  • Bob Gould, Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Tolle Graham, MASSCOSH
  • Lara Hansen, WWF
  • Monique Harden, AEHR
  • Jamie Harvey, Institute for a Sustainable Future
  • Mandy Hawes, Alexander Hawes, LLP
  • Lauren Heine, Clean Production Action
  • Diane Heminway, USW
  • Rick Hind, Greenpeace
  • Jackie Hunt Christiansen, Collaborative on Health and the Environment
  • Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, PANNA
  • Dick Jackson, University of California Berkeley
  • Andrew Jameton, University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Judith Johnson, Kooskooskie Commons
  • Paula Jones, San Francisco Food System
  • Seth Kaplan, Conservation Law Foundation
  • Fred Kirschenman, Leopold Institute
  • Amy Kyle, University of California, Berkeley
  • Dave LeGrande, Communications Workers of America
  • Steve Lester, CHEJ
  • Chuck Levenstein, University of Massachusetts Lowell (retired)
  • Cindy Luppi, CWA Boston Office
  • Sarah Lynch, World Wildlife Fund
  • Preston Maring, Kaiser Permanente
  • Brian Mayer, UFL Gainsville
  • Marrianne McMullen, SEIU HQ OSH
  • David Michaels, George Washington Univ. School of Public Health
  • Boyce Thorne Miller, Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, Maine
  • Frank Mirer, Hunter College, CUNY
  • Peter Montague, Environmental Research Foundation
  • Bill Moomaw, Tufts University
  • Richard Moore, Southwest Network for Economic and Environmental Justice
  • Kandi Mossett, Indigenous Environmental Network
  • Mark Mueller, Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy
  • Dani Nierenberg, Worldwatch Institute
  • MaryO'Brien, Grand Canyon Trust
  • Cliff Ohmart, Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission
  • Sharyle Patton, Commonweal
  • Frank Peterman, The Wilderness Society
  • Kami Pothukuchi, Wayne State University
  • Ken Regal, Just Harvest
  • Kathy Rest, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Roger Rivera, National Hispanic Environmental Council
  • Nicole Rosmarino, Wild Earth Guardians
  • Barb Sattler, American Nurses Association
  • Madeleine Scammell, Boston University School of Public Health
  • Ted Schettler, Science and Environmental Health Network
  • Kathy Shea, Duke Medical School
  • Joel Shufro, NYCOSH
  • Jacob Smith, Golden City
  • Roger Smith, CWA CT office
  • Mark Smith, Farm Aid
  • Ann Sorenson, Center for Agriculture in the Environment
  • Anim Steel, The Food Project
  • Betsy Taylor, 1 Sky
  • Catherine Thomasson, Oregon PSR
  • Lynn Thorp, CWA
  • Jessy Tolkan, Energy Action Coalition
  • Luis Vasquez, UAW Health and Safety
  • NatalieWalker, AEHR
  • Susan West Marmagus, Collaborative on Health and Environment
  • Rick White, Alliance@IBM CWA local 1701
  • Susan Wilburn, CAN
  • Donele Wilkins, Detroiters Working for EJ
  • Mary Williams, Deep South Center for Environmental Justice
  • Aimee Witteman, Sustainable Ag Coalition
  • Beverly Wright, Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

Participants in Common Agenda Conferences

  • Brenda Afzal, University of Maryland School of Nursing
  • Molly Anderson, Food Systems Integrity
  • Jose Bravo, Just Transition Allilance
  • Charlotte Brody, Green for All
  • Sally Edwards, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Ken Geiser, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production
  • Fred Gooltz, Advomatic
  • Diane Heminway, USW
  • Martin Kearns, Green Media Toolshed
  • Lee Ketelsen, Clean Water Action
  • Larry Kilroy, Healthy Building Network
  • Fred Kirschenman, Leopold Center
  • Susan Knight, Blue-Green Alliance
  • Judith Kurland, City of Boston
  • Steve Lester, Center for Health and Environmental Justice
  • Richard Liroff, Investor Environmental Health Network
  • Molly McKinley, University of Montana
  • Peter Montague, Environmental Research Foundation
  • Monica Moore, Pesticide Action Network North America
  • Mary O'Brien, Grand Canyon Trust
  • Mary Pearl, Wildlife Trust
  • Carolyn Raffensperger, Sceince and Environmental Health Network
  • Kathleen Rest, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Barb Sattler, University of Maryland School of Nursing
  • Madeleine Scammell, Boston University School of Public Health
  • Ted Schettler, Science and Environmental Health Network
  • Lynn Thorp, Clean Water Action
  • Beverly Wright, Deep South Center for Environmental Justice