350 New Hampshire

Our People

The Leadership and Staff of 350NH

Lisa Demaine

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Co-Executive Director

Lisa (she/her) is a long time active New Hampshire resident who attended the University of New Hampshire where she began advocating for the school to divest from fossil fuel extraction and became a leader in the movement. Later she joined the efforts of overturning the US Supreme Court decision on Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission and having presidential candidates agree to transparent campaign funding. During her schooling she also represented the Student Environmental Action Coalition as Business Manager and served as a core volunteer with Trash 2 Treasure. After college Lisa was an organizer with the League of Conservation Voters NH, Campus Organizing Director with NextGen America New Hampshire, consultant to Friends of the Earth Action and Field Coordinator with Rights & Democracy NH. Lisa has met over fifteen presidential candidates while pushing their climate policy to bring a livable future. She also served the 350 NH Action Board for three years prior to joining staff at 350 NH and was a participant in the 2019 nonviolent direct action to close the Merrimack Generating Station. In her time away from organizing Lisa dabbles in karaoke, listening to podcasts and visiting beaches.

Emma Shapiro-Weiss

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Executive Co-Director

Emma (she/her) got started in advocacy by volunteering for a 350 New Hampshire’s offshore wind campaign. She went on to work on several campaigns and environmental groups including Solarize Monadnock, Peterborough Energy Committee, League of Conservation Voters, and is a recent New Leaders Council graduate. She currently sits on her local recycling committee and is aiding in efforts to bring her community to 100% renewable energy. Emma graduated with a degree in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic. Following school, Emma spent her free time volunteering for environmental organizations while working as a video editor for small businesses. After the 2016 election, Emma made the decision to become a community organizer because she could not imagine putting her efforts anywhere else. What started with a personal testimony at a city hall meeting, grew to participating in the biggest non violent direct action in New Hampshire since the 70s two years later. When she’s not working Emma enjoys kickboxing, listening to podcasts, and exploring the New Hampshire wilderness.

350NH Staff

350NH Staff

350NH Staff

Rebecca Beaulieu

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Communications Director

Rebecca (she/her) holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the College of the Holy Cross in 2018 where she also minored in environmental studies. On campus, she was involved in waste reduction and sustainability as a part of Eco-Action and the Presidential Task Force on the Environment, but she also spent time volunteering for the Worcester community. She fostered a sense of community in the band programs and still plays the saxophone to this day. She did a year of AmeriCorps service with City Year Boston as a tutor and mentor while learning about teaching and social justice as it relates to the education system. Her involvement in social justice focused organizations and her passion for writing brought her to 350 New Hampshire where she concentrates on communications and youth organizing. When she isn’t fighting for an end to the era of fossil fuels, Rebecca can be found reading, writing, baking, or taking long walks.

Lisa Demaine

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Co-Executive Director

Lisa (she/her) is a long time active New Hampshire resident who attended the University of New Hampshire where she began advocating for the school to divest from fossil fuel extraction and became a leader in the movement. Later she joined the efforts of overturning the US Supreme Court decision on Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission and having presidential candidates agree to transparent campaign funding. During her schooling she also represented the Student Environmental Action Coalition as Business Manager and served as a core volunteer with Trash 2 Treasure. After college Lisa was an organizer with the League of Conservation Voters NH, Campus Organizing Director with NextGen America New Hampshire, consultant to Friends of the Earth Action and Field Coordinator with Rights & Democracy NH. Lisa has met over fifteen presidential candidates while pushing their climate policy to bring a livable future. She also served the 350 NH Action Board for three years prior to joining staff at 350 NH and was a participant in the 2019 nonviolent direct action to close the Merrimack Generating Station. In her time away from organizing Lisa dabbles in karaoke, listening to podcasts and visiting beaches.

Emma Shapiro-Weiss

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Executive Co-Director

Emma got started in advocacy by volunteering for a 350 New Hampshire’s offshore wind campaign. She went on to work on several campaigns and environmental groups including Solarize Monadnock, Peterborough Energy Committee, League of Conservation Voters, and is a recent New Leaders Council graduate. She currently sits on her local recycling committee and is aiding in efforts to bring her community to 100% renewable energy. Emma graduated with a degree in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic. Following school, Emma spent her free time volunteering for environmental organizations while working as a video editor for small businesses. After the 2016 election, Emma made the decision to become a community organizer because she could not imagine putting her efforts anywhere else. What started with a personal testimony at a city hall meeting, grew to participating in the biggest non violent direct action in New Hampshire since the 70s two years later. When she’s not working Emma enjoys kickboxing, listening to podcasts, and exploring the New Hampshire wilderness.

Rebecca Beaulieu

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Communications Director

Rebecca comes holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the College of the Holy Cross in 2018 where she also minored in environmental studies. On campus, she was involved in waste reduction and sustainability as a part of Eco-Action and the Presidential Task Force on the Environment but she also spent time volunteering for the Worcester community. She fostered a sense of community in the band programs and learning about social justice through her studies. She did a year of AmeriCorps service with City Year Boston as a tutor and mentor while learning about teaching and social justice as it relates to the education system. Her involvement in social justice coalitions and organizations and her passion for writing brought her to 350 New Hampshire where she concentrates on communications and youth organizing. When she isn’t fighting for an end to the era of fossil fuels, Rebecca can be found reading, writing, playing the saxophone, or taking long walks.

Jennifer Dube

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Climate Organizer

Before joining 350NH as Pipeline Resistance Organizer, Jennifer (she/her) studied hazard mitigation and disaster recovery which led to her interest in the policies that govern emergency preparedness and response. While interning with Homeland Security and Emergency Management in the Training and Exercise department, Jennifer learned that the root cause of the majority of disasters, climate change, is not being addressed. After earning her BS in Justice Studies through Southern NH University, she continued her studies and obtained a Master’s Degree in Political Science. Jennifer is passionate about social and environmental justice issues and growing a community of people working together to make New Hampshire a better place for people to live and raise their families. When Jennifer heard about the proposed Granite Bridge Pipeline that would run underneath the Lamprey River and through her home town of Raymond, she joined a group of concerned citizens along the pipeline route to fight against the project. Jennifer enjoys traveling, reading, concerts, art, and long walks with her husband Peter and their dog Sammy.

Wren Luchan

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Climate Organizer

Wren (they/them) is a facilitator, disruptor, and organizer based in the Upper Valley of VT/NH. They have worked diligently for just policies and quality direct action in their organizing. They are committed to a just and better world, and seek to center the voices, actions, and ideas of affected individuals and communities against an ever-oppressive system. Recently, they have been called to organize for climate justice and have happily joined the 350NH team. Their August reading list included the Collected Poems of Audre Lorde, If Beale Street Could Talk, Thread of Blood, and a short treatise on the Mexican Revolution. Book recs are highly welcome. Let’s chat and build something decadent together, friends!

Sarah Willmann

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Sarah Willmann (she/her) received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, with minors in both Anthropology and Feminist Studies, in 2022 from Southwestern University in Texas. She first became involved in advocacy work while in college as a member of Southwestern’s student-led Coalition of Chronic Illness. The organization worked to achieve an accessible campus and ensure all students had access to necessary accommodations. After finishing her degree, Sarah drove across the country and moved to New Hampshire. Here, she passionately advocates for climate justice and a better world where everyone is equally represented. When she’s not working, Sarah spends her time needle felting, running her small art business, exploring the outdoors and reading books..

Jennifer Dube

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Climate Organizer

Before joining 350NH as Pipeline Resistance Organizer, Jennifer (she/her) studied hazard mitigation and disaster recovery which led to her interest in the policies that govern emergency preparedness and response. While interning with Homeland Security and Emergency Management in the Training and Exercise department, Jennifer learned that the root cause of the majority of disasters, climate change, is not being addressed. After earning her BS in Justice Studies through Southern NH University, she continued her studies and obtained a Master’s Degree in Political Science. Jennifer is passionate about social and environmental justice issues and growing a community of people working together to make New Hampshire a better place for people to live and raise their families. When Jennifer heard about the proposed Granite Bridge Pipeline that would run underneath the Lamprey River and through her home town of Raymond, she joined a group of concerned citizens along the pipeline route to fight against the project. Jennifer enjoys traveling, reading, concerts, art, and long walks with her husband Peter and their dog Sammy.

Wren Luchan

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Climate Organizer

Wren (they/them) is a facilitator, disruptor, and organizer based in the Upper Valley of VT/NH. They have worked diligently for just policies and quality direct action in their organizing. They are committed to a just and better world, and seek to center the voices, actions, and ideas of affected individuals and communities against an ever-oppressive system. Recently, they have been called to organize for climate justice and have happily joined the 350NH team. Their August reading list included the Collected Poems of Audre Lorde, If Beale Street Could Talk, Thread of Blood, and a short treatise on the Mexican Revolution. Book recs are highly welcome. Let’s chat and build something decadent together, friends!

Sarah Willmann

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Sarah Willmann (she/her) received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, with minors in both Anthropology and Feminist Studies, in 2022 from Southwestern University in Texas. She first became involved in advocacy work while in college as a member of Southwestern’s student-led Coalition of Chronic Illness. The organization worked to achieve an accessible campus and ensure all students had access to necessary accommodations. After finishing her degree, Sarah drove across the country and moved to New Hampshire. Here, she passionately advocates for climate justice and a better world where everyone is equally represented. When she’s not working, Sarah spends her time needle felting, running her small art business, exploring the outdoors and reading books..

Elisabeth Bialosky

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Youth Campaigns Organizer

Elisabeth Bialosky (she/her) is a youth organizer and educator originally from Cleveland, Ohio. She fell in love with New Hampshire after spending her summers working as a camp counselor in Rindge. While her background is in education, Elisabeth also recently graduated from the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver with a concentration in organizational leadership and policy practice. There, she helped create a youth advocacy and leadership team for social justice in the Denver area, and supported youth with building strong stories as testimonies for change. Elisabeth is passionate about climate justice and disruption to the fossil fuel industry and focused her policy advocacy around renewable energy transitions, expanding access to green spaces, strengthening public transportation, and building walkable community systems. In her free time, Elisabeth loves writing poetry, going to concerts, finding vintage clothing, and playing with cats.

Matthew Biedermann

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Matthew (he/him), a proud lifetime resident of New Hampshire, graduated this past May from Fordham University in New York City with a double major in international political economy and art history. On campus, he was a part of a committee to decolonize the art history department’s curriculum and wrote his undergraduate thesis on the formation of racist structures in Renaissance Italy. He served as an AmeriCorps NH Covid Community Care Corps Summer Associate in 2020, where he coordinated efforts between local, state, and federal agencies to assist in New Hampshire’s economic, social, and environmental recovery from the pandemic, leading a program with Manchester’s Department of Parks and Recreation to revitalize urban parks, improving local environmental conditions while creating safe outdoor spaces for low-income families disproportionately affected by pandemic lockdowns. In his free time, he enjoys alpine and Nordic skiing, visiting art museums, and reading the latest art history books.

Dominic Osmund

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Dominic (he/him) graduated from the University of Illinois in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts, where he studied political science and creative writing. Dominic grew up on a small, sustainable, community supported farm on pristine Midwest forest and farmland, which gives him an immense appreciation for what a healthy and cared for environment has to offer its community. He knows that building a culturally and economically expansive movement of people power is needed to transition to a clean energy economy. He's incredibly excited to join 350NH to fight for a future in which everyone has access to safe housing, healthy food, clean air and water, and all the other necessities that are denied from far too many.

In his free time Dominic enjoys hiking, rock climbing, running, watching/playing soccer, reading science fiction and cooking.

Elisabeth Bialosky

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Youth Campaigns Organizer

Elisabeth Bialosky (she/her) is a youth organizer and educator originally from Cleveland, Ohio. She fell in love with New Hampshire after spending her summers working as a camp counselor in Rindge. While her background is in education, Elisabeth also recently graduated from the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver with a concentration in organizational leadership and policy practice. There, she helped create a youth advocacy and leadership team for social justice in the Denver area, and supported youth with building strong stories as testimonies for change. Elisabeth is passionate about climate justice and disruption to the fossil fuel industry and focused her policy advocacy around renewable energy transitions, expanding access to green spaces, strengthening public transportation, and building walkable community systems. In her free time, Elisabeth loves writing poetry, going to concerts, finding vintage clothing, and playing with cats.

Matthew Biedermann

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Matthew (he/him), a proud lifetime resident of New Hampshire, graduated this past May from Fordham University in New York City with a double major in international political economy and art history. On campus, he was a part of a committee to decolonize the art history department’s curriculum and wrote his undergraduate thesis on the formation of racist structures in Renaissance Italy. He served as an AmeriCorps NH Covid Community Care Corps Summer Associate in 2020, where he coordinated efforts between local, state, and federal agencies to assist in New Hampshire’s economic, social, and environmental recovery from the pandemic, leading a program with Manchester’s Department of Parks and Recreation to revitalize urban parks, improving local environmental conditions while creating safe outdoor spaces for low-income families disproportionately affected by pandemic lockdowns. In his free time, he enjoys alpine and Nordic skiing, visiting art museums, and reading the latest art history books.

Dominic Osmund

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Electoral Climate Fellow

Dominic (he/him) graduated from the University of Illinois in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts, where he studied political science and creative writing. Dominic grew up on a small, sustainable, community supported farm on pristine Midwest forest and farmland, which gives him an immense appreciation for what a healthy and cared for environment has to offer its community. He knows that building a culturally and economically expansive movement of people power is needed to transition to a clean energy economy. He's incredibly excited to join 350NH to fight for a future in which everyone has access to safe housing, healthy food, clean air and water, and all the other necessities that are denied from far too many.

In his free time Dominic enjoys hiking, rock climbing, running, watching/playing soccer, reading science fiction and cooking.

Levi Robert

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Action Lead

Levi (he/him) is currently a Senior at Kennett High School in North Conway, and grew up in the mountains! He spends much of his time exploring the outdoors. For this reason, he is thrilled to be a Fellow for 350NH. Within his lifetime he has begun to see the changes in climate in my community that relies on our environmental-based tourism. He knew that these changes were largely caused by the fossil fuel industry and big corporations and was ready to take steps to change our future. This led him to 350NH. Outside of his time with 350, he is usually found adventuring in the mountains in some way; skiing, climbing, and hiking (training for an Appalachian Trail thru-hike this spring) or found making killer grilled cheese sandwiches at Cheese Louise.

Nikhil Chavda

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Action Lead

Nikhil Chavda (he/him), 350NH’s Youth Action Lead, is a junior at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. He loves politics, reading, and music. He also loves running, and runs cross country, winter track, and spring track. He is also an active member of the Student Government, National Honor Society, Student Athlete Leadership Team, Creative Writing Club, and Coe-Brown Climate Initiative. He cares about the climate because he wants a good future for our planet, and cares that we leave the environment intact for future generations.

Katie Lessard

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Team Manager

Katie (she/her) is a senior at Bow High School this year, and is the Team Manager Fellow for 350NH. She is super passionate about politics and sustainability, and has advocated throughout high school for these causes, getting involved with multiple environmental organizations and political campaigns in her community, as well as founding a political advocacy club at her high school. In her free time, Katie enjoys the outdoors, and loves to ski, hike, cycle, and run, and also love playing the clarinet and hanging out with her friends. Next year Katie plans to attend college to begin working towards a career in policy analysis.

Youth Fellows

Youth Fellows

Levi Robert

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Action Lead

Levi (he/him) is currently a Senior at Kennett High School in North Conway, and grew up in the mountains! He spends much of his time exploring the outdoors. For this reason, he is thrilled to be a Fellow for 350NH. Within his lifetime he has begun to see the changes in climate in my community that relies on our environmental-based tourism. He knew that these changes were largely caused by the fossil fuel industry and big corporations and was ready to take steps to change our future. This led him to 350NH. Outside of his time with 350, he is usually found adventuring in the mountains in some way; skiing, climbing, and hiking (training for an Appalachian Trail thru-hike this spring) or found making killer grilled cheese sandwiches at Cheese Louise.

Nikhil Chavda

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Action Lead

Nikhil Chavda (he/him), 350NH’s Youth Action Lead, is a junior at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy. He loves politics, reading, and music. He also loves running, and runs cross country, winter track, and spring track. He is also an active member of the Student Government, National Honor Society, Student Athlete Leadership Team, Creative Writing Club, and Coe-Brown Climate Initiative. He cares about the climate because he wants a good future for our planet, and cares that we leave the environment intact for future generations.

Katie Lessard

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Team Manager

Katie (she/her) is a senior at Bow High School this year, and is the Team Manager Fellow for 350NH. She is super passionate about politics and sustainability, and has advocated throughout high school for these causes, getting involved with multiple environmental organizations and political campaigns in her community, as well as founding a political advocacy club at her high school. In her free time, Katie enjoys the outdoors, and loves to ski, hike, cycle, and run, and also love playing the clarinet and hanging out with her friends. Next year Katie plans to attend college to begin working towards a career in policy analysis.

Youth Fellows

Youth Fellows

Sarah Tupper

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Recruitment Lead
Over the past few years, Sarah felt like the world was taking an incredibly passive attitude to climate change and environmental issues. Denying it all together wasn't as prevalent among people around her, but the idea that there was no point in trying to do anything definitely was. With 350NH she enjoys educating other people on what we can still do to push for change and environmental justice! There are still coal plants to shut down, infrastructure to redesign, and laws that can be passed to make our state and our world better. The youth team gave her a place to talk and work with other people like her, and she is so glad to be with this group for a second year.

Aarika Roy

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Media Lead

Aarika (she/her) is a sophomore from Nashua, New Hampshire! Aarika has been involved with 350 since her freshman year. She is extremely passionate about climate-justice, politics, and more. She joined 350NH to make a difference and spread awareness on more topics that aren’t getting the proper coverage or attention they deserve. Outside of 350NH, Aarika has a jewelry business, is on the varsity field hockey team, plays club field hockey, is involved in Young Dems, Model UN, Student Council. She loves listening to Frank Ocean, Mac Demarco, Kid Cudi, and more. She also is obsessed with Gilmore Girls and FRIENDS.

Sarah Tupper

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Recruitment Lead
Over the past few years, Sarah felt like the world was taking an incredibly passive attitude to climate change and environmental issues. Denying it all together wasn't as prevalent among people around her, but the idea that there was no point in trying to do anything definitely was. With 350NH she enjoys educating other people on what we can still do to push for change and environmental justice! There are still coal plants to shut down, infrastructure to redesign, and laws that can be passed to make our state and our world better. The youth team gave her a place to talk and work with other people like her, and she is so glad to be with this group for a second year.

Aarika Roy

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Media Lead

Aarika (she/her) is a sophomore from Nashua, New Hampshire! Aarika has been involved with 350 since her freshman year. She is extremely passionate about climate-justice, politics, and more. She joined 350NH to make a difference and spread awareness on more topics that aren’t getting the proper coverage or attention they deserve. Outside of 350NH, Aarika has a jewelry business, is on the varsity field hockey team, plays club field hockey, is involved in Young Dems, Model UN, Student Council. She loves listening to Frank Ocean, Mac Demarco, Kid Cudi, and more. She also is obsessed with Gilmore Girls and FRIENDS.

Erin Allgood

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Advisory Committee Member

Erin Allgood is a consultant based in the Seacoast of New Hampshire focusing on food systems, women’s business development, and broader social justice causes. With a dedication to equity and an eclectic set of skills, Erin seeks to create a more sustainable future by helping leaders articulate their vision and align their strategy for social change.

Kendra Ford

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Advisory Committee Member

Kendra Ford was born in Western Massachusetts, so this Northern New England landscape is home to her. She has been a writer, a baker, and a minister. She has been the minister for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Exeter NH for 16 years. She and her husband and their 5 year old live in Portsmouth where they grow blueberries, blackberries and vegetables mostly for the birds and rabbits.

Alex Freid

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Advisory Committee Member

Alex is the founder and co-director of Post Landfill Action Network. He is an activist and organizer who has been working to end waste since high school. Alex was a co-founder of UNH Trash 2 Treasure and has received the Samuel Huntington Public Service Award, the Udall Scholarship, and the Brower Youth Award for his work against waste.

Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

Erin Allgood

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Advisory Committee Member

Erin Allgood is a consultant based in the Seacoast of New Hampshire focusing on food systems, women’s business development, and broader social justice causes. With a dedication to equity and an eclectic set of skills, Erin seeks to create a more sustainable future by helping leaders articulate their vision and align their strategy for social change.

Kendra Ford

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Advisory Committee Member

Kendra Ford was born in Western Massachusetts, so this Northern New England landscape is home to her. She has been a writer, a baker, and a minister. She has been the minister for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Exeter NH for 16 years. She and her husband and their 5 year old live in Portsmouth where they grow blueberries, blackberries and vegetables mostly for the birds and rabbits.

Alex Freid

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Advisory Committee Member

Alex is the founder and co-director of Post Landfill Action Network. He is an activist and organizer who has been working to end waste since high school. Alex was a co-founder of UNH Trash 2 Treasure and has received the Samuel Huntington Public Service Award, the Udall Scholarship, and the Brower Youth Award for his work against waste.

Scott Marion

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Advisory Committee Member

Scott is President of the National Center for the Improvement in Educational Assessment, Inc., a Dover, NH non-profit consulting firm. A former field biologist and high school science teacher, serving as a 350NH Advisory Committee member allows Scott to combine his background in environmental science and his passion for climate action with his current work in the non-profit field.

Larry Drake

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Advisory Committee Member

Larry was born on Long Island in 1951 and grew up in Livingston, NJ. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Oberlin College. For 32 years, he lived in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and worked at the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor. His work at the BLS included doing research on future employment projections for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. He served for almost 20 years as an elected officer of Local 12 of the American Federation of Government Employees, and retired in 2006. That year he moved, with his wife Joan, to Portsmouth, NH, where they live now. He has been active with the Rockingham County Democratic Committee beginning in 2007, serving as Chair since 2012. He served as Chair of the Portsmouth Democratic Committee from 2010 to 2017. He has volunteered for various campaigns over the years and received various awards from the New Hampshire Democratic Party, including Grassroots Activist (2008), Dunfey-Kantares (2010), and County Chair of the Year (2016).

Kaity Thompson

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Advisory Committee Member

Kaity Coordinated 350NH from 2014-2017. She brings a passion for climate justice and expertise in movement building, grassroots fundraising and volunteer leadership development to the climate movement.

Scott Marion

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Advisory Committee Member

Scott is President of the National Center for the Improvement in Educational Assessment, Inc., a Dover, NH non-profit consulting firm. A former field biologist and high school science teacher, serving as a 350NH Advisory Committee member allows Scott to combine his background in environmental science and his passion for climate action with his current work in the non-profit field.

Larry Drake

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Advisory Committee Member

Larry was born on Long Island in 1951 and grew up in Livingston, NJ. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Oberlin College. For 32 years, he lived in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and worked at the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor. His work at the BLS included doing research on future employment projections for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. He served for almost 20 years as an elected officer of Local 12 of the American Federation of Government Employees, and retired in 2006. That year he moved, with his wife Joan, to Portsmouth, NH, where they live now. He has been active with the Rockingham County Democratic Committee beginning in 2007, serving as Chair since 2012. He served as Chair of the Portsmouth Democratic Committee from 2010 to 2017. He has volunteered for various campaigns over the years and received various awards from the New Hampshire Democratic Party, including Grassroots Activist (2008), Dunfey-Kantares (2010), and County Chair of the Year (2016).

Kaity Thompson

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Advisory Committee Member

Kaity Coordinated 350NH from 2014-2017. She brings a passion for climate justice and expertise in movement building, grassroots fundraising and volunteer leadership development to the climate movement.

Sarah Tupper

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Sarah Tupper (she/her) started in local politics with her state representatives but has changed gears to working with environmental advocacy with 350NH. Over the past two school years, she was a fellow with the 350NH Youth Team and she is excited to continue her work with this group to bring sustainability and environmental justice to NH. She will be a freshman at UNH this fall studying Community and Environmental Planning to learn more about community development and how to better our infrastructure. She is looking forward to advocating for greener infrastructure and ensuring that politicians follow up on their own promises to act on the climate crisis in NH. In her free time, she is usually reading niche history books, drinking coffee, or practicing clarinet.

Katie Lessard

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atie (she/her) is an incoming freshman at American University next fall, and is excited to be an intern this summer! Although she’s worked at 350NH for a year now as a Media Intern and Team Manager Fellow, she is excited to spend more time planning actions this summer such as the upcoming Cheese Louise fundraiser.

Interns (Summer 2021)

Oishik Chakraborty

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Oishik (he/him) is a sophomore attending the Academy for Science and Design. Before joining 350NH, Oishik worked with the Town of Londonderry to find solutions for eliminating mass trash production. He has been part of the 350NH Youth Team for 6 months and has collaborated with other volunteers to start numerous campaigns. Oishik strives toward making New Hampshire (with 350 NH) a safer place by spreading knowledge, retaliating against pro-fossil fuel endorsers, and advocating for politicians that stand for climate justice. When Oishik isn't doing work, he enjoys playing the piano, basketball, spending time with family and friends, watching TV, and more. Welcome to the team!

Seamus Burke

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Seamus Burke is 18, a resident of Northwood, and has lived in New England his whole life. In his free time, he reads, rock-climbs, and sings. He’s proud to be working to stop the climate crisis to secure a liveable future for his generation.

Aarika Roy

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Aarika is an incoming sophomore at Nashua High School North! She is excited to canvass and continue her work as a 350NH intern this summer, as well as the next school year! She enjoys politics, social justice work, reading, hanging out with friends, and listening to music!

Yangchen Sherpa

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Yangchen (she/her) is going into her junior year at Concord High School this year. She was involved with her school’s Enviro Corps Club this year. This is Yangchen’s first year being involved with the 350 NH organization. Yangchen joined 350 NH because she is passionate about learning more about climate justice and making a positive change. Outside of 350 NH Yangchen loves reading and also plays Varsity Tennis for her high school.

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