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Mass. Interfaith Power & Light
14 Collins Road
Waban, MA 02468

Phone: 617-244-0755

MIPandL@MIPandL.org

 

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Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light's Executive Committee

  • James D. Nail, President – Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
  • Susan Almono, Treasurer – Deputy Director, Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Board
  • Vincent Maraventano, Executive Director – Formerly, Senior Counsel, MA Dept. Environmental Protection
  • Rev. Jeff Barz-Snell – First Parish Church in Weston; Co-founder, Salem Alliance for the Environment
  • Frances Ludwig – Leadership Team - Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition
  • James O’Reilly – Formerly, Director of Public Policy, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)
  • William Schroeder – Green Team, South Church, UCC, Andover, MA
  • Jeffrey Steinfeld – Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Anne Kelly – Senior Director of Policy, Ceres
  • Rev. Victoria Guest – Pastor, First Congregational Church of Natick, UCC

Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light's Advisory Board:

  • Rabbi Katy Allen, President, Jewish Climate Action Network
  • Rev. Dr. James Antal, United Church of Christ
  • The Rt. Rev. Roy F. Cederholm, Bishop Suffragan (Retired), Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
  • Rachel Cleetus, Policy Director, Climate and Energy, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • The Rt. Rev. Dr. Douglas J. Fisher, Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts
  • Ross Gelbspan, Author
  • Rev. Douglas Harvey, Executive Minister, The American Baptist Churches of MA
  • Elizabeth Turnbull Henry, President, Environmental League of MA.
  • Amory B. Lovins, Chairman & Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Cindy Luppi, Director, New England Region, Clean Water Action
  • Robert K. Massie, Author and activist
  • William Moomaw, Ph.D., Program Director & Professor, Fletcher School, Tufts University
  • David Murphy, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Tighe and Bond
  • Thomas E. Nutt-Powell, Ph.D., President, Capital Needs Unlimited
  • Byron Rushing, The Episcopal Church
  • Nancy Seidman – Senior Advisor, Regulatory Assistance Project
  • Sergio Siani, P.E., Principal, Norian/Siani Engineering
  • Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, New Work AME Church

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Mass. Interfaith Power & Light is a non-profit organization that provides a religious response to climate change. Our mission is to: Assist faith communities, their members and the public to decrease their carbon dioxide emissions & energy costs; educate people on why climate change is a matter of morality and justice; and advocate for policies that will lead to a sustainable future.