Where Virtual Webinar
Contact Sarah Hall Redden [email protected] 2407072124

Every day is Earth Day here at IPC! Come join us April 4th at 7pm for a focus on restoring the Chesapeake Bay! We will hear from guest speakers on how we can take action to restore the Bay by caring for our local waterways!

Guest Speakers:

Dean Naujoks is a Potomac River Keeper and has previous experience with the Yadkin Riverkeeper and the Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation as an instrumental player in both financial growth and programmatic development. Dean served as the first Upper Neuse Riverkeeper for over seven years, and later became the first Yadkin Riverkeeper in 2008, where he also served as Executive Director until 2014. As a river advocate for over 20 years, he has worked on issues similar to those in our watershed, such as municipal stormwater issues, wastewater violations, erosion and sediment control regulation, and fracking.

Shari Wilson is the Interim Executive Director, Trash Free Maryland, an organization that are leading advocates for public policies and initiatives to reduce trash pollution in the state. They mission is to work towards a state that is free of trash, debris, and litter, where communities, public spaces, and waterways are safe, healthy, and support economic viability. She also was the former Secretary of the Maryland Department of Environment where she developed substantial initiatives on climate change and the Chesapeake Bay. She served as Deputy Assistant Administrator, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance at the US Environmental Protection Agency and has spent much if not most of her career caring for our shared watershed.

Reba Carruth is on IPC's Board ans serves as our Program and Advocacy Committee! She als served as a Policy Fellow for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN), as well as a canvasser for U.S Public Interest Research (PIRG) Group/Climate Virginia for the final ratification of President Obama’s - EPA Clean Water Act for Protection of the Potomac River, and the removal of antibiotic drugs in animal livestock and the American food system. She received joint Doctoral/Masters Degrees from the University of Minnesota in the fields of Sociology/Public Affairs, and a Masters Degree in International Affairs from American University in Washington D.C. She has served as adjunct faculty and/or visiting lecturer at George Washington University, University of Minnesota, and Georgetown University. 

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These webinars are supplemental to IPC's Faithful Green Leaders Training Program and are free and open to all.

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