The Steering Committee meets on the second Wednesday of every month. To join our conversations please contact lila@350NH.org.
Doug Bogen of Barrington has been an environmental organizer and advocate for more than three decades, focusing on grassroots, citizen advocacy efforts and community-based solutions to our most challenging environmental issues. He is currently director of Seacoast Anti-Pollution League in Exeter, focused on opposing the re-licensing of the Seabrook nuclear power plant, promoting renewable power alternatives – particularly offshore wind – and watch-dogging the clean up of superfund toxic waste sites at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. He also serves as program manager with Seacoast Area Renewable Energy Initiative in Portsmouth and is a founding member of Seacoast Peace Response and the Portsmouth-Severodvinsk Connection. He previously worked with Clean Water Action’s NH program from 1991 to 2009, serving as state program director for most of that time. He worked on issues of combating climate disruption, toxic contamination, particularly mercury and military waste, drinking water protection, cleaning up the state’s old fossil-fueled power plants and coastal water quality. He lives in Barrington and has been a resident of New Hampshire’s Seacoast region for three decades. Bogen holds a masters degree in Science and Environmental Education from Cornell University.
Giselle Hart of Newmarket has been an active student organizer since her first semester at the University of New Hampshire. Entering school as a music major, she quickly became engrossed in social justice and environmental activism with the UNH Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) and the Peace and Justice League (PJL). In addition to working on abolishing the death penalty in New Hampshire, tar sands in New England, zero waste, and single-use plastic pollution on campus, Giselle also founded the second wave of the UNH Divestment campaign in the spring of her sophomore year. She looks forward to a lifetime working towards racial, gender, economic, LGBTQ+, political, and environmental justice.
Stephanie Marshall of Exeter was inspired to take an active role in climate justice after hearing 350.org founder Bill McKibben speak five years ago. She brings to 350NH her work experience in organizational development and systemic change. Her inspiration for staying active comes from many sources including Joanna Macy’s “Work that Reconnects” and her faith community at the Unitarian Universalist church in Exeter, and the desire to leave a legacy of a better world for the next generations.
Griffin Sinclair-Wingate of Durham is a junior at the University of New Hampshire. He started organizing in high school within the peace movement. After starting at UNH and learning about the human impacts of climate change Griffin began organizing with the Student Environmental Action Coalition. Now he works on the fossil fuel divestment campaign at UNH and is bridging the gap between divestment and politics. He has also worked as an organizer during the NH Primaries with 350 Action and serves on the Board of Directors for NH Peace Action.