Lawrence Jaffe, President
Lawrence lives in Sebastopol with his wife and two daughters. He is an attorney. He formerly served on the Board of the Santa Rosa Downtown Market, and as an aide to Pat Wiggins when she was in the Assembly. He also operated Left Field Farm.
Kathy Goodacre, Vice President
Kathy Goodacre has over 20 years experience as a marketing and fundraising executive for business, government and non-profit organizations. As a former non-profit executive and now consultant, she developed strategy and execution of multi-million dollar capital campaigns, endowment campaigns, annual giving programs, and fundraising events. Kathy first worked with the Campaign in 2007 and 2008 to produce the Climate All Stars Conference.
Stacy Magill, Treasurer
Stacy Magill, CFO of Ghilotti Construction Co., has joined the Board of the Climate Protection Campaign. She is a Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, California State Society of Certified Public Accountants, serves as a Board Member of the Bay Area Council and as a Board Alternate for the North Bay Leadership Council, and holds an Executive Certificate from Dominican University’s Green your MBA Program.
Jim McGreen, Secretary
Jim's background includes: Chairman/CEO of dLoo, Inc- a software development company; Past President and CEO of ZAP Power Systems; Board member of Farm9, an internet security company; Board Member of LITE Initiatives, which is the parent to CarLite and Community Bikes; been to Burning Man 16 times.
Kimberly Clement, Deputy District Attorney for Sonoma County, has joined the Board of the Climate Protection Campaign after nearly a decade as a strategic advisor to the organization. In addition to her extensive legal background, Ms. Clement has volunteered with many community and political endeavors including Home Hospice, Common Women’s Health Project, United Against Sexual Assault, and Kerry’s and Obama’s presidential campaigns.
Carl Mears, Senior Scientist with Remote Sensing Systems, Santa Rosa, has joined the Board of Directors of the Climate Protection Campaign. Carl has served as a contributing author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world's foremost authority on global warming science.
Martha Kowalick's background is in organizing, planning, and fundraising on local, regional, and national levels. Trained by the United Farm Workers, she has worked on health, security, and women's issues. She is one of the founding partners of the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center.
Ann Hancock, President ex-officio
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