Living Waters Summit - Committee

Faith Forum Planning Committee

Craig Anderson, the Church of the Holy Comforter, Episcopal Diocese of Virginia
canderson@rmc.edu

Amy Bushman, Virginia Grassroots Coordinator, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
abushman@cbf.org

Karl Bren, Chair of the Stewardship of God's Creation committee and President of Green Visions Consulting, in Richmond
karl.bren@green-visions.com

Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin, Chair of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, founder and director of Baltimore Jewish Environmental Network
ncardin@comcast.net

Nissa Dean, Virginia Director, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
ndean@allianceforthebay.org

Ann Jurczyk, Virginia Outreach and Advocacy Manager, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
ajurczyk@cbf.org

Tayloe Murphy, Former Virginia State Delegate and Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources
tayloe.murphy@verizon.net

Jacob Powell, Policy and Campaign Director, Virginia Conservation Network
jacob@vcnva.org

Katie Preston, Former Director, Virginia Interfaith Power & Light

Justin Reilly, Lead Staff for Southwest Virginia Ministries, Commonwealth Catholic Charities
Justin.Reilly@cccofva.org

Ephraim Seidman, Social Action-Tikkun Olam,Temple Beth El 
tbe.sato@gmail.com

Deborah Usry, Church of the Holy Comforter, Board member of James River Association
deborahusry@gmail.com

Pat Watkins, Executive Director of Caretakers of God's Creation
caretakersofcreation@me.com

Facilitated by Institute for Environmental Negotiation

Tanya Denckla Cobb, Associate Director, Institute for Environmental Negotiation
td6n@virginia.edu

Frank Dukes, Frank Dukes, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Environmental Negotiation
ed7k@virginia.edu

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