Leadership Team

Joanie Kleban

Joanie Kleban

Artivist-in-Chief
Michael Carrigan

Michael Carrigan

Peace Keeper Lead, Non-Violent Direct Action
Leonard Higgins

Leonard Higgins

Racial Justice Co-Lead

Jim Neu

Jim Neu

Drawdown Eugene Co-Lead
Carolyn Partridge

Carolyn Partridge

Swag Guru, Non-Violent Direct Action
Linda Kelley

Linda Kelley

OCAP Lead, Lead Steering Committee Coordinator
Karen Austin

Karen Austin

Non-Violent Direct Action, Artivism Team, Speaker’s Bureau

Chuck Areford

Chuck Areford

Non-Violent Direct Action, Letters to the Editor Lead
Peter Dragovich

Peter Dragovich

Videographer/Photographer, Drawdown (LRAPA birddog)
Martha Dragovich

Martha Dragovich

Artivism Team, Hospitality, Chief Button Maker

Tomoko Sekiguchi

Tomoko Sekiguchi

Climate Revolutions by Bike Lead
Rouanna Garden

Rouanna Garden

Electric Transportation Action Group Lead
Terry Parker

Terry Parker

Transit Policy
Laura Allen

Laura Allen

350 Families
Robert Scherle

Robert Scherle

Activist Photographer
Linda Perrine

Linda Perrine

Drawdown Team
Cameron Hubbe

Cameron Hubbe

Racial Justice Co-Lead
Elizabeth Chandler

Elizabeth Chandler

Fracked Gas Resistance Co-Lead, Resilience & Regeneration Co-Lead
Betzi Hitz

Betzi Hitz

Drawdown Eugene Co-Lead

Jennifer Gordon

Jennifer Gordon

Resilience & Regeneration Co-Lead
Nan Ahnert

Nan Ahnert

Local Climate Policy, Community Engagement

Jan Bohman

Media & Arts Team

Selena Blick

Communications Coordinator

Selena is excited to join the 350 team after 4 years of climate activism work at the University of Oregon. During her time there, she served as Co-Director of the Climate Justice League, Chair of the Student Sustainability Network, and worked as an Event Coordinator for the Student Sustainability Center. One of her favorite memories of her time at UO is participating in the 10-week-long sit-in in President Schill’s office as part of the Divest UO campaign. She is constantly worried about climate change and the effects it will have on her generation, but she finds joy and hope in community organizing.