This May, at the 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit, Climate for Health leaders will join other professionals at the forefront of climate action. These professionals cross sectors such as faith, higher education, business, environment and the social sciences. The summit offers health professionals a chance to hear from a host of influential speakers who will share their thought leadership and inspiring messages. In addition to the presenters we announced last week, we are pleased to announce eight addtional speakers to the 2015 Summit. Join Climate for Health today to begin your involvement and engage with others in your sector and beyond.
We are pleased to announce several additional speakers who will be joining our 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit, taking place May 20-21 in Washington, DC.
Our eminent speakers will share their thought leadership to chart a new course on climate change. The growing list of participating speakers now includes:
Dr. Carlton Brown, President, Clark Atlanta University
Katherine Di Matteo, Executive Director, Sustainable Food Trade Association
Jay Faison, Managing Partner, ClearPath Foundation
Rabbi Steve Gutow, President and CEO of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs
Linda Jaramillo, Executive Minister, United Church of Christ
Hon. Elizabeth Kautz, Mayor, City of Burnsville, MN
David Levine, Co-founder, Pres and CEO, American Sustainable Business Council
Bishop Vashti McKenzie, African Methodist Episcopal Church
Path to Positive, the 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit, is a gathering of 200 national leaders from faith, health, higher education, business, conservation/environment, communities, and the social sciences. They will come together for a day of sharing and collaboration to expand, diversify, and galvanize climate change leadership in America.
If you have a leader to recommend for the Summit, please email us at [email protected]. And if you would like to take a leadership role in building support for climate solutions, please join us at MomentUs.org.
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