More Speakers Announced! 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit

By path2positive

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 Assn.
  • 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 municipalities and communities, faith, health, higher education, business, conservation/environment, 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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