John is happily retired, spending his time volunteering with CCL, tutoring with the Tacoma Area Literacy Council, and taking care of his grandkids.
Chuck and Sharon Yohn are founders of the CCL Juniata Chapter. Along with their daughter Emily, they are dedicated to CCL’s vision.
Bob Lindmeier is Chief Meteorologist at WKOW-TV and a member of CCL’s Madison, Wisconsin, chapter. He has given more than 60 presentations on climate change.
A visiting professor at Stillman College, Dr. Kenya L. Goodson is active in both political and environmental organizations throughout Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Scott Schechinger is a financial advisor living with his growing family in Tampa, Florida. He serves as a liaison to Florida’s two Republican senators.
Wilbur Li is a junior at MIT who co-founded a Climate Action Team on campus. The group hosts educational carbon pricing events and meets with legislators.
Natalie Desmaris has been into environmental issues since high school. She founded a CCL chapter on her college campus and served as an intern for CCL’s Higher Ed team.
Caterina Lindman’s awareness of climate change began during her 35-year career as an actuary at Manulife. Today, she leads a CCL chapter in Ontario, Canada.
Noticing a lack of climate change conversation among students on campus, CCL volunteer Jonathan Lu founded the Princeton Student Climate Initiative.
Nairobi Cratic is CCL’s Diversity Fellow in our Washington, D.C., office. Before joining CCL, she worked on the Hill for a Wisconsin member of Congress.
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