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  • 6:00 pm – VIP Networking Reception
  • 6:30 pm – General Networking Reception
  • 7:30 pm – Program
    • Performance by Bloco Obini
    •  Land Acknowledgement
      • Tribal President, Rudy Ortega, Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
    • Remarks:
      • LA City Councilmember Kevin De León
      • Senator Henry Stern, CA (D-Los Angeles), CA District 27
      • Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director, Climate Resolve
  • Coolest in LA Awards Ceremony
  • 8:30 pm – Closing Reception

Tonight's performers

Tonight’s Menu

  • (Flexitarian) Chicken in Oaxacan Mole, Pickled Onion, Sesame Seeds & Micro Cilantro on Yellow Corn Kernel of Truth tortillas or (Vegan) Shiitake Mushrooms in Oaxacan Mole, Pickled Onion, Sesame Seeds & Micro Cilantro on Yellow Corn Kernel of Truth tortillas
  • Esquite: Street Corn in a cup, Sweet corn, Butter, Poblano Mayo, Cotija Cheese & Chili Powder
  • Mexican Rice
  • Black Beans
  • Guacamole, Salsa & Blue Corn Chips
  • Arroz con leche (Forbidden rice with coconut milk)
  • Full Bar
  • (Flexitarian) Chicken Breast with Fresh Glazed Apricots and Meyer Lemon or (Vegan) Summer Vegetable Curry with Wild Rice and Baby Carrots, Heirloom Baby Carrots and Wild Rice Pilaf
  • Biscoff and Chocolate Tart with Raspberry
  • Dos Almas Gran Reserva  (750 mL) or Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc (750 ML)

While you enjoy our virtual networking reception in Remo, be sure to check out the content at each of our Platinum & Gold Sponsor tables!

  • Platinum
    • Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP)
    • Southern California Edison / Edison International
  • Gold
    • FivePoint
    • Latham & Watkins
    • Los Angeles Aerial Rapid Transit (LA ART)
    • Southern California Metropolitan Water District
    • Youth to the People

Congratulations to our 2021 Honorees!


California Natural Resources Secretary
State of California

Wade Crowfoot was appointed California’s Natural Resources Secretary by Governor Gavin Newsom in January 2019.


Secretary Crowfoot oversees an agency of 19,000 employees who protect and manage California’s natural resources. This includes the state’s forests and natural lands, rivers and waterways, coast and ocean, fish and wildlife, and energy development. As a member of the Governor’s cabinet, he advises the Governor on natural resources and environmental issues.


Secretary Crowfoot believes good natural resources management helps natural places thrive and allows communities and our economy to prosper. His key priorities include:

  • Building California’s resilience to climate change-driven threats, including wildfire, drought, flooding and sea-level rise.
  • Expanding access to parks, natural places and outdoor recreation for all Californians.
  • Preserving California’s world-renowned biodiversity of plants and animals.

Prior to leading the Natural Resources Agency, Crowfoot served as chief executive officer of the Water Foundation, a nonprofit philanthropy that builds shared water solutions across the American West. Before that Crowfoot served in Governor Jerry Brown’s Administration as deputy cabinet secretary and senior advisor to the Governor. He also previously served as West Coast regional director for the Environmental Defense Fund and a senior environmental advisor to then-San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom.


Secretary Crowfoot received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1996 and earned a master’s degree in public policy from the London School of Economics in 2004, graduating with honors.


A native of Michigan, Crowfoot grew up spending his summers outdoors at a YMCA camp and at his family’s remote cabin in Northern Ontario. Upon moving to California in the mid-1990s, he became an avid hiker and backpacker and marks his first time in the redwoods at Big Basin State Park as one of his defining California moments. Now he spends his time outside of work hiking and camping with his wife, Lisa, and their young daughter.

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Presented By
Rudy Ortega
Tribal President
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians

Rudy Ortega, Jr. is the Tribal President of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, a native sovereign nation of northern Los Angeles County. As the elected Tribal President of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (, President Ortega Jr. oversees the Tribe’s governmental body and manages affairs pertaining to the rights of all Fernandeño Tataviam tarahat (people).


He is a member of Siutcabit, the lineage of present-day Encino, CA. His ancestors come from the villages that originated in the geographical areas of Santa Clarita Valley, Simi Valley, and San Fernando Valley. His great-grandfather Antonio Maria Ortega, from whom he receives his role as tomiar, traditional leader, fought in Los Angeles Superior Court in the 19th century to preserve traditional lands and protect the Tribe’s title to Mexican land grants from encroaching Anglo-settlers. His father, the late Rudy Ortega Sr., served as the previous leader of the Tribe for over fifty years and was elected to the Los Angeles City/County Native American Indian Commission (LACCNAIC) in 1977. Following his father’s leadership, Ortega Jr. was appointed to the LACCNAIC by Mayor James Hahn in 2004 and currently serves as Vice Chair.


From 2004 – 2018, Ortega Jr. served as the Executive Director of Pukúu Cultural Community Services (, the Tribe’s non-profit that serves the greater Los Angeles County American Indian community and manages Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center, located 14 miles up the Angeles Crest Highway (2) (


Currently, Ortega Jr. is a member of the Los Angeles River Master Plan Steering Committee, the Edison Consumer Advisory Panel Board, and the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr..

City of Long Beach

Dr. Robert Garcia is an educator and the 28th mayor of Long Beach. Mayor Garcia has taken a leadership role in economic development, sustainability, and investing in technology. He is focused on making the City of Long Beach a leader in education, economic development, and climate protection. As Mayor, he has championed progressive education policy, launched an aggressive climate plan, supported workers by increasing the minimum wage and fought to expand and protect rights for women, immigrants, and the LGBTQ community.


Mayor Garcia is also a college and university educator, holds an M.A. from the University of Southern California and an Ed.D. in Higher Education from Cal State Long Beach, where he also earned his B.A. in Communication. Mayor Garcia is married to Matthew Mendez Garcia, a professor of political science at California State University, Long Beach.

Dr. Garcia

Presented By
Rex Richardson
Vice Mayor
City of Long Beach

Vice Mayor Rex Richardson is a city councilmember and regional leader, known for advocating for our most vulnerable communities and taking innovative approaches to address local government challenges.


Richardson represents the 9th District in North Long Beach and was recently re-elected to serve as Vice Mayor by the Long Beach City Council. In this capacity, Richardson has focused on equity and ensuring everyone, regardless of their background, has an opportunity to thrive. He is responsible for creating the City’s Office of Equity, establishing shelter capacity to address homelessness in the community, and leading the regionally recognized Framework for Reconciliation, an effort to acknowledge and address the impacts of systemic racism across the city. He also successfully led efforts to pass Measure US, a local tax on oil production to fund youth, community health, and climate action programs.


Regionally, Richardson is the Immediate Past President of the Southern California Association of Governments, the largest Metropolitan Planning Organization in America, representing 191 cities. Under his leadership SCAG established the Special Committee on Equity and Social Justice and approved the Connect SoCal Plan, a sustainable communities strategy that addresses future mobility and housing needs with environmental and public health goals.


Richardson is also a member of the South Coast Air Quality Management District Board of Directors. In his role with the board, Richardson serves on the Technology, Stationary Source, Ports, and Climate Change Committees.


Vice Mayor Rex Richardson, his wife, Dr. Nina Richardson, and two daughters, Alina and Mila, are residents of the Collins neighborhood in North Long Beach. 

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Chief Executive Officer
Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation

With a relentless dedication to improving the lives of others, Nichol Whiteman serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the award-winning Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF). Under Nichol’s leadership, LADF tackles the most pressing problems facing Los Angeles with a mission to improve education, health care, homelessness and social justice for all Angelenos. During Nichol’s tenure, LADF launched the incredibly impactful Dodgers RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities), a youth development initiative serving more than 10,000 youth. The Spelman College alumna has cultivated partnerships resulting in more than $32 million in community investment in the form of direct programs and grant making, impacting over 2.3 million children.


A product of Nichol’s vision and unwavering dedication, the Los Angeles Dodgers is now the proud owner of an ESPY–having been named the 2020 ESPN Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year. She also helped pave the way to LADF receiving the 2020 Beyond Sport Award for Reducing Racial Inequalities. Garnering attention from acclaimed journalists, she has been featured in outlets including Forbes Magazine, NBC’s CA Live, and the LA Times to name a few. With a firm belief that each person has the power to positively impact a life, Nichol’s journey continues to be full of inspiration and hope as she fights for young people to realize their dreams. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband Timothy and two sons, Timothy Jr. and Nicholas.

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Presented By
Joel Reynolds
Western Director, Senior Attorney
Natural Resources Defense Council

Now NRDC’S Western Director, Joel Reynolds has specialized in law reform litigation and advocacy since 1980, arguing cases on behalf of environmental and community organizations at all levels of the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.  


He has twice been selected California Attorney of the Year in the environmental category.  


He has successfully led several of NRDC’s largest campaigns, including to protect the gray whale birthing lagoon and World Heritage Site at Laguna San Ignacio in Baja California, to reduce ocean noise pollution, to protect the popular California State Park at San Onofre, and, most recently, to stop the Pebble Mine in southwest Alaska.


His work has been profiled in the New York Times best seller “War of the Whales” (Simon & Schuster 2014). In October 2017, he received an Emmy for Outstanding Nature Documentary for the film Sonic Sea.


For the past decade he has been a member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.


He graduated from Columbia Law School in 1978.

General Manager and Chief Engineer
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Martin Adams is the General Manager and Chief Engineer of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the nation’s largest publicly-owned utility. He took over the leadership role in July 2019 after three years as the agency’s Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the City’s water and power systems.


He leads an organization of more than 11,000 employees delivering water and power to the 4 million residents of Los Angeles. Mr. Adams has over 36 years of experience with at LADWP, where he started in 1984 as an entry level engineer in the Water System, eventually leading that organization as the Senior Assistant General Manager of Water. During the course of his career, Mr. Adams worked throughout the Water System and was directly involved with the planning and implementation of major changes to water storage, conveyance, and treatment facilities to meet new water quality regulations. He has spent almost half of his career in system operations, including ten years as the Director of Water Operations in charge of the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the Los Angeles water delivery system, including the Los Angeles Aqueduct and other supply sources, pump stations, reservoirs, water treatment, and management of Water System properties.


Mr. Adams is a native of the greater Los Angeles area and lives with his family in Burbank, where he served for nine years on that city’s Water and Power board. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.


Presented By
Susana Reyes
L.A. Board of Water and Power (LADWP)

Susana Reyes is the first Filipino-American appointed to the L.A. Board of Water and Power (LADWP) Commission and serve as its Vice President. Reyes is the CEO of AgilEngines, a management consulting firm. Her 32+ years of public service included stints as Director of LADWP Low-Income Access and as Senior Sustainability Analyst in the Office of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti.

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Writer and Commentator
Curbed and LA Podcast

Alissa Walker is a writer and a walker in L.A. As the California correspondent for Curbed, she covers transportation, housing, and environmental policy affecting the region. She is also the co-host of LA Podcast, a weekly podcast covering news and issues facing the city. Alissa lives in Historic Filipinotown with her family and is a mom to L.A.’s two most enthusiastic public transit riders.

Alissa Walker

Guest List

In-Person Attendees

Name Organization
Martin AdamsLADWP
Hunter AlkonisUneARTh Arts Society
John AllenWater Replenishment District
Andrea AmbrizCalifornia Natural Resources Agency
Kayla Anderson
Tom AndrusAXS
Christopher AntonelliCity of Los Angeles, Councilmember De Leon
Ruben AroninBetter World Group
Kendal AsuncionBloom Energy
Abraham BacaUniversity of Michigan
Jesus BenavidesLocal Government Commission
Mark BernsteinEarthshot
Maureen BernsteinNewfront Insurance
David BierVenice Family Clinic/UCLA Health Works
Jacob BooherMitchell M. Tsai, Attorney At Law PC
Kathryn BooleSanta Monica Lions Club
Duane BorderCalifornia Greenworks, Inc.
Sabrina BornsteinBuro Happold
Thelma BriseñoClimate Resolve
Jean-Phippe BrissonLatham & Watkins LLP
Ben BroadKinestry
Phillip BrockCity of Santa Monica
Janet BuckFirst Republic Bank
Nikki BuffaLatham & Watkins LLP
Brittany ByrdySDI
Christopher CampbellCEPRD
Marc CampopianoLatham & Watkins LLP
Jaimie CarlosLAANE
Matt CarpenterFivePoint
Rachel CarsonSprings
Bryant ChengClimate Resolve
Annie ChoPinnacle Estate
Jon ChristensenUCLA
Ashley ChristyGRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles
Makena CioniClimate Resolve
David ClarkPhibro-Tech
Jacqueline ClarkFullerton Joint Union
Lisa Cleri RealeLisa Cleri Reale and Associates
Christine Cotton Arcadis
Dr. Nancy CohenGender Equity Policy Institute
Yema ContehClimate Resolve
Marc CostaThe Energy Coalition
Woodrow CovingtonClimate Resolve
Secretary Wade CrowfootCalifornia Natural Resources Agency
Edith de GuzmanLos Angeles Urban Cooling Collaborative
Jolly de GuzmanJDG Design
Councilmember Kevin De LeónLos Angeles City Council
Serge DemerjianLAART
Shawn DhanakA. Bright Idea Advertising and Public Relations
Juan Diaz-CarrerasWSP
Michael DreibelbisFivePoint
Michael DrennanWSP
Kristopher EclarinoClimate Resolve
Chase EngelhardtClimate Resolve
Councilmember John EricksonCity of West Hollywood
Cesar EstradaAll American War Veterans
Mariana EstradaClimate Resolve
Dr. Denise FairchildEmerald Cities Collaborative
Charles FarringtonGAF
Macaria Flores Arcadis
Dr. Marc FuternickVEP Healthcare
Mayor Robert GarciaCity of Long Beach
Michael GasbarroAttorney General's Office
Marissa GluckRAPP
Dave GottTempo Chemicals
David GrannispointC, LLC
Tracy GrayThe 22 Fund
Liliana GriegoFOLAR
Lily GriegoDiverse Strategies for Organizing
Victor GriegoWater Education for Latino Leaders
Stephen GronerSGA Marketing
Stefan GrunspanVelacor
Juan GuerreroSelf-Employed
Paul HabibLADWP
Bill HalliganHarris & Associates
Gretchen HardisonClimate Resolve
Mark HardisonPartners of Parks
Rebecca HausheerThe Energy Coalition
Dr. Ursula K. HeiseUCLA
Natalie HernandezClimate Resolve
Alana Hitchcock211 LA COUNTY
Cara HorowitzUCLA Emmett Institute on Climate Change & the Environment
Scott HoustonWest Basin Municipal Water District
Enrique HuertaLegislation and Policy Consultant
Seth JacobsonClimate Resolve
Randy JamesSugerman Group
Wendy JamesBetter World Group
Jenny JayUCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering
Larry KaplanLarry Kaplan Consulting
Dr. Robert KayICF
Jim KennedyHealthy Air Alliance
Dan KnappConservation Corps of Long Beach
Davis KoleasGuardTop, LLC
Abby KolodgeUneARTh Arts Society
Andrea KopaldThe Carbon Underground
Larry KopaldThe Carbon Underground
Robin KramerThe Smidt Foundation
Alec KwoClimate Resolve
Sarojini LallOffice of Assemblymember Laura Friedman
Jordan LangMcCourt
K K LarsonIndependent
Dr. Daniel LeeCulver City
Mia LehrerStudio-MLA / LADWP
Philip LembkeCalifornia Conservation Corps
Bryn LindbladClimate Resolve
Katy LindbladMinnesota Housing
Edgar LinoCalifornia Conservation Corps
Dr. Suja LowenthalCity of Hermosa Beach
Dr. Shelley LuceHeal the Bay
Miguel LunaUrban Semillas
Dr. Loraine LundquistCalifornia State University, Northridge
Jeff LuzarGuardTop, LLC
Mary MalechaRose City Counseling Center
Keith MaloneCalifornia Fuel Cell Partnership
Stella MaloyanStellar Strategies LLC
Natalie MatslerMcCourt
Bryan MatsumotoNature for All
Cynthia McClain-HillLADWP
Mike MeadorCalifornia Greenworks
Jerilyn Lopez MendozaThe Climate Center
Juan MercadoCalifornia Conservation Corps
Dr. Rebecca MillerBeyond Meat
Amy MmaguBloom Energy
Alex MoisaClimate Resolve
Alex MoisaLaw Office of Alex M Moisa
Dr. Lorenzo MoncelsiCaltech
Hitta MosesmanHarris & Associates
Olivia MosesmanThrive Santa Ana
Deborah MurphyDeborah Murphy Urban Design + Planning
Aram NadjarianMozaic Media & Communications
Mark NassarHarris & Associates
Mary NemickLos Angeles Department of Public Works
Francois NionJCDecaux
Kimberly OrbeSierra Club
Gerard OrozcoJacobs
Council President Rudy OrtegaFernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
Samantha OrtegaPukuu Cultural Community Services
Aaron PaleyCommunity Arts Resources
Michael ParadaClimate Resolve
Jonathan ParfreyClimate Resolve
David ParkCalifornia Fuel Cell Partnership
Tim PattonCity of Long Beach
Tanya PeacockBloom Energy
Ashley PerezGRID Alternatives Greater Los Angeles
Shelly QuanLA Metro
Jono RahavCreative Paving
David RahimianLADWP
Joe RamalloLADWP
Justin RamirezCity of Long Beach
Nisha RandhavaACLU of Southern California
Susana ReyesLADWP
Joel ReynoldsNRDC
Chris RhieBuro Happold
Dr. Nina RichardsonUniversity of California
Rex RichardsonCity of Long Beach
Thomas RiebsAXEL
Jennifer RiveraMcCourt
Stephanie RiveraLAANE
Vera Robles DeWittWater Replenishment District
Heather RockPacific Gas and Electric
Martin RockGoogle
Irma Rodriguez-MoisaAALRR
Jason RondouLADWP
Dannah RosalesClimate Resolve
Nancy RosenbaumSaffer & Flint Accountancy
Schenae RourkRedwood
Jackie RubinsteinLithium Valley Energy
Jerry RubinsteinLithium Valley Energy
Bruce SaitoCA Conservation Corps
Susan SanchezCity of Los Angeles, Bureau of Street Services
Judy SaundersCISLA
Dave SchapiroMcCourt
Anne ShalamoffClimate Resolve
Tom SotoDCIF
Greg SpottsCity of Los Angeles, Bureau of Street Services
Doug Stang3M
Ben StapletonUSGBC-LA
Cindy StarrettLatham & Watkins LLP
Senator Henry SternCalifornia Senate District 27
Steve SugermanSugerman Group
Howard SunkinThe Sunkin Group
Nancy SutleyLADWP
Katherine SwordsTri-Hydro
Michael SwordsLACI
Louis TingLADWP
Jeremy TopperConnexity
Mitchell TsaiMitchell M. Tsai, Attorney At Law PC
Carol TuckerLADWP
Paul VandeventerCommunity Partners
Emmanuel VegaClimate Resolve
Kristina von HoffmannClimate Resolve
Dr. Duane WaliserJet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Alissa WalkerCurbed
Corissa WaltonMalarkey Roofing Products
WIlliam WaltonMalarkey Roofing Products
Evelyn WangMastercard
Ty WashingtonLADWP
William WelchWW Consulting
Councilmember Felicia WilliamsCity of Pasadena
Duane WilsonCalifornia Conservation Corps
Robyn WongClimate Resolve
Thomas WongSan Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District
Ashley YonanCB2
Katy Young YaroslavskyOffice of LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
Ross ZelenSouth Coast Air Quality Management District

Virtual Attendees

Name Organization
Judy AbdoMetropolitan Water District of Southern California
Antonieta ArangoAramont Charitable Foundation
Michael BackstromSouthern California Edison
Deborah BloomeAccelerate Resilience L.A. (ARLA)
Louis BlumbergBlumberg West Consulting
LaTanya BoginLADWP
Michael R. BoswellCalifornia Polytechnic State University
Jennifer BravoAccelerate Resilience L.A. (ARLA)
Xochiltl BravoLos Angeles Dodgers Foundation
Anita BrightmanA. Bright Idea Advertising and Public Relations
Angie Byars3M - Industrial Mineral Products Division
Heide CamarataFivePoint
Sydney ChamberlinThe Nature Conservancy
Tiffany ChaopointC, LLC
Larry ChungSouthern California Edison
Casey Coates DansonGlobal Possibilities
Scott DellingerCDM Smith
Dave EbersoldCDM Smith
Alex EsparzaSouthern California Edison
Ignacio FernandezSouthern California Edison
Diane ForteSouthern California Edison
Michael GaganKindel Gagan
Patti GaganLAUSD
Roberto GamaOffice of Representative Jimmy Gomez
Sue GarbowitzCanadian Consulate Los Angeles
Rep. Jimmy GomezUS House of Representatives
Frank GuruleCIT
Luis GutierrezSouthern California Edison
Roel HammerschlagHammerschlag LLC
Tony HarrispointC, LLC
Melissa HernandezJCDecaux
Assemblymember Chris HoldenCA State Assembly
Mayor Lindsey HorvathCity of West Hollywood
Anna JacobsonOperator Collective
David JacotLADWP
Sarai JimenezThe Nature Conservancy
Alexandra JochimFivePoint
Amber JonesBehr Paint Company
Senator Sydney KamlagerCA State Senate
Nurit KatzUCLA
Maureen Kavanagh3M Industrial Mineral Products Division
Rick Keating Keating Architecture
Karen KlepackSouthern California Edison
Jennifer KomonchakClean Energy
Eli KrispiPlaceWorks
Meaghan LavertyThe Energy Coalition
Claudia LimaCIT
Valerie LizarragaCatholic Relief Services
Richard LovelyChadwick School
Joseph MarianiMP Los Angeles
Wally Marks WNM Realty Company
Yvette MartinezMetropolitan Water District of Southern California
Dr. Dale McIntyreBehr Paint Company
Supervisor Holly MitchellLA County Board of Supervisors
Richard MossLaw Offices of Richard F. Moss
Leslie Moulton-PostEnvironmental Science Associates
Ugonne OkugoCalifornia Electric Transportation Coalition
Michelle PasseroThe Nature Conservancy
Melanie PeckThe Energy Coalition
Edward PortilloNAMI Orange County
Carter PrescottSouthern California Edison
Jacqueline ProtsmanPlaceWorks
Devon ProvoAccelerate Resilience L.A. (ARLA)
Zenya ProwellAccelerate Resilience L.A. (ARLA)
Nayantara Ramesh
Evelyn ReyesSan Gabriel Valley MWD
Jennifer RoyLatham & Watkins LLP
Tiffany RubinLos Angeles Dodgers Foundation
Tammy L. SealePlaceWorks
Ashlei ShyneShyne Productions
Councilmember Sepi ShyneCity of West Hollywood
Carolyn SimsSouthern California Edison
Maria Sison-RocesLADWP
Thomas SzelazekpointC, LLC
Maureen Tholen3M
Jennifer ThommenCA State Assembly
Stephen TorresSouthern California Edison
Andra TroyLatham & Watkins LLP
Eileen TuttCalifornia Electric Transportation Coalition
Taylor VierraClimate Action Campaign
Theo von HoffmannTheo von Hoffmann Consulting
Todd von Hoffmann
Laurene von KlanClimate Action Santa Monica
Dean WallraffAdvocates for the Environment
Kecia WashingtonLADWP
Nichol WhitemanLos Angeles Dodgers Foundation
Janna WoodsClimate Resolve
Sophia WuPatch
Winifred YancyLADWP
Jay ZieglerThe Nature Conservancy

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