Steering Committee

Local Solutions: Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference

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Steering Committee (Days 1 & 2):

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  • City of Baltimore: Kristin Baja
  • City of Cambridge: John Bolduc
  • City of Hoboken: Stephen Marks & Caleb Stratton
  • City of Keene: Rhett Lamb
  • City of New York: Katherine Greig
  • City of Norfolk: James Redick
  • City of Philadelphia: Sarah Wu
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  • Abigail Abrash Walton, Antioch University New England
  • Adam Whelchel, The Nature Conservancy
  • Amanda Brennan, CISA
  • Bryan Myers, US EPA Region 4
  • Cara Pike, Climate Access
  • Crystal L. Jackson, Atlanta Regional Commission
  • Cynthia Greene, US EPA New England
  • David Herring, NOAA
  • Ed Saltzberg, Security and Sustainability Forum
  • German Mora, Goucher College
  • Irene Nielson and Joel Siegel, US EPA Region 2
  • Jeana Wiser, National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Jennifer Jurado, Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact
  • Joshua Brown, NOAA
  • Linda Rimer, US EPA Region 4
  • Maia Davis, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
  • Megan Goold, US EPA Region 3
  • Michael Simpson, Antioch University New England
  • Rafaela Moura,US EPA Region 4
  • Rob Graff, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
  • Robert Roseen, Horsley Witten Group
  • Sara Hoverter, Georgetown Law Clinic
  • Sascha Petersen, American Society of Adaptation Professionals
  • Veda Truesdale, Rutgers University

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