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Individual School Board Members (or Former School Board Members)
"Climate change is a children's issue. The youngest and future generations which have contributed the least to climate change will bear the greatest burden of its impacts. I encourage other school board members and all elected leaders at every level (local, state, national) to speak up for climate action in order to protect current and future students. I further encourage all public institutions and local, state, and national officials to enact measures to reduce or drawdown human contributions to greenhouse gases."
Signed (electronically) by the following individual school board members or former school board members:
Ruscal Cayangyang (August 2019) Former Board Member, Vallejo City Unified School District, (2014-2018) Vallejo, CA Solano County CA-05
Adelita Grijalva (May 2019) Board Member, Tuscon Unified School District, (2004-present) Tuscon, Solano County, AZ, AZ-03
Mariah Lander (November 2018) Board Member, Harmony Union School District, (2016-present) Occidental, CA Sonoma County, CA-02
Alisa MacAvoy (November 2018) Board Member, Redwood City School District, (2007-present), Redwood City, CA San Mateo County, CA-14
Madeleine Kronenberg (November 2018) Board Member, West Contra Costa Unified School District, (2006-2018) Richmond, CA Contra Costa County, CA-11 and CA-05
Brian Emanuels (April 2018) Former Board Member, Mercer Island School District, (2001-2015), Mercer Island, WA Kings County, WA-09
Adair Dingle (April 2018) Former Board Member, Mercer Island School District, (2005-2017), Mercer Island, WA Kings County, WA-09
David Gelber (March 2018) Former Board Member, Garrison Union Free School District (2015-2018), Garrison, NY Putnam County, NY-18
Lauren Hubbard (February 2018) Former Board Member, Port Jefferson Union Free School District (2006-2012), Port Jefferson, NY Suffolk County, NY-01
Victoria J. Johnson (January 2018) Former Board Member , Harmony Union School District (1996-2000), Occidental, California Sonoma County, CA-02
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