Executive Director, UN Association of the USA (UNA-USA) since 2019 after serving as Senior Director of Membership and Programs. Previously leadership in several non-governmental organizations.
UNA-USA’s 2021-2022 Youth Observer to the United Nations, Senior George Washington University, 7 years volunteer leader at UNICEF-USA.
Led strike in 2018 at UN headquarters in New York. Co-founder of US Youth Climate Strike and founder of Earth Uprising, leader in Fridays for Future movement.
UNA-USA, President Northern California Division; Director & past President East Bay Chapter, National Council Regional Representative; United Nations Development Program (UNDP) 1992-2003.
Dr. Rupa Marya MD
Associate Professor of Medicine University of California Fresno, Public Health leadership including Director of the Do No Harm Coalition and commission member of Healthy California for All. Recently published “INFLAMED: Deep Medicine & the Anatomy of Injustice” co-authored with Raj Patel.
Former Director of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Currently Special Advisor to the FAO, focusing on long-term strategy, policy, and planning in agriculture and fisheries development. A fourth-generation Californian, Mr. Haight holds a BA degree from Stanford University and an MA from the University of California, Davis. Mr. Haight is the President of UNA Monterey.
US State Department, Director Office of Global Change, manager climate change policy, programs and negotiations; a lead U.S. negotiator for UN climate negotiations.
Associate Professor UC Merced, Director of University of California Center for Climate Justice, Director University of California Management of Complex Management of Innovation, Sustainability and Technology.
Co-Executive Director of Greenpeace USA since 2014, with leading responsibilities and international project organization since joining Greenpeace in 1988.
University of California Berkeley Professor of Energy, Director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, co-Director of Berkeley Institute of Environment, Goldman School of Public Policy; Nobel Laureate and a principal or contributing author of UN IPCC reports; formerly US Department of State Science Envoy and World Bank energy expert.
Senior Instructor and Director Oregon State University, Sustainable Natural Resources, Forests and Climate Change Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Chairman, Pacific Northwest Agroforestry Working Group.
Stanford University Professor of Earth System Science and Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies, Director Woods Institute for the Environment, co-chair of UN IPCC report on risks and adaptation (2008-2015).
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