Board of Directors
Peter Boyer, Trustee of The Ayrshire Foundation, member of the National Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists, and Chair for Rocky Mountain Institute National Solutions Council.
Dr. Anne H. Ehrlich, Senior Research Associate,
Department of Biological Sciences at Stanford University.
Dr. Eric Gimon, postdoctoral researcher in particle physics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. Peter H. Gleick, President of the Pacific
Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security.
Dr. Corey Goodman, Managing Director and co-founder of venBio LLC; Adjunct Professor at UCSF; Chairman of the Board of Second Genome, Oligasis, and Ossianix; member of the Board of NeuroTherapeutics and Mirna; elected member of the National Academy of Sciences; and member of the California Council on Science and Technology.
Margaret Gordon, Second Vice-President of the Board of Port of Oakland Commissioners and a founding member of the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project.
Dr. Malo André Hutson, Assistant Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Department of City and Regional Planning, specializing in community and economic development, regional planning, and urban health.
Olivier J. Marie, business strategist, former Partner at Accenture and Booz Allen & Hamilton, Energy Analyst. Works with MBA students from the Haas School of Business New Sector Alliance helping non-profit organizations.
Richard Morrison, former Senior Vice President and Director
of Environmental Policies & Programs, Bank of America.
Dr. Robert Stephens, chairperson -- founder and former President of the Multi-State Working Group on Environmental Performance (MSWG). Retired in 2004 as the Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management and Sustainability at the California Environmental Protection Agency, he is currently the Chair of the International Committee of MSWG and serves as Secretariat to the United Nations Environmental Program, Best Practices Network for Sustainable Development.
Professor Michael J. Watts, Professor, Geography Department
at the University of California, Berkeley where he specializes
in Third World development, forestry issues, and world geography.