Are you interested in learning more about, and contributing to, strategic work around environmental justice being done by Boston's public, private, and nonprofit leaders?
Impact Hub Boston invites you to join us for a look at Enviornmental Justice in Boston. You'll hear from a panel of experts about their diverse experiences working at the intersection of environmentalism, racism and classism, and each will share a pointed question related to their work. All event participants are then invited to engage in small group conversations with these experts in an effort to move their work forward. This is a chance to bring your unique perspective to creatively brainstorm with changemakers in Boston working on this complex social issue.
We are convening a varied group of social entrepreneurs, local government, community leaders, nonprofit professionals, business leaders, philanthropists, academics, and engaged citizens for productive conversation drawn from a wide a range of lived experience and professional experience in different fields, neighborhoods, and sectors on this topic.
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Lilly Marcelin; Founding Director Resilient Sisterhood Project.
Lilly Marcelin is a community activist and organizer who has dedicated her career to advocate for and work in partnership with underserved women and families in need of quality and compassionate health care & social services. Lilly has worked on a broad range of issues from gender based violence, human trafficking, health and socioeconomic disparities, women’s reproductive health to racial and social justice. She is the Founding Director of an emerging nonprofit organization in Boston: the Resilient Sisterhood Project (RSP), dedicated to inform and empower women of African descent regarding common but rarely talked about diseases of the reproductive system that disproportionately affect them.
David Meshoulam; Co-Founder and Executive Director, Speak For The Trees
David is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Speak for the Trees (SFTT), an emerging environmental nonprofit that advocates for the health of Boston's urban forest and its trees through plantings, engagement, and education. Urban trees provide more than just beauty and natural habitat; they are also a tool for providing environmental, health, mental, economic, and social benefits to residents. SFTT focuses its work in Boston's most under-canopied neighborhoods and works in close collaboration with neighborhood groups to plant trees and engage and educate residents about the benefits of trees and how to care for them. SFTT mission is rooted in the value that all residents deserve clean and healthy environments and that taking care of trees is a way for people to care for each other and their communities.
Judith Foster, HERO (Healing, Empahty, Redemption, Oasis)
Bio coming soon.
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