WHO we are
We are a nonprofit advocacy organization whose members act collectively in small and big ways to address climate change and protect the environment. We are women who will put policy-makers and politicians on notice that we will speak out, organize, advocate and VOTE for climate change solutions.
WHAT INSPIRES US
After the 2016 election, we were alarmed to see an assault on science, denial of climate change, and the U.S. say they will pull out of the Paris Climate Treaty. The environment, public lands, and public health, are increasingly threatened.
Determined not to resign ourselves to a future of environmental degradation or inaction on climate change, we felt compelled to do something. Rather than act alone, we decided to link arms with other women who feel the same way. Women are a powerful and unstoppable force when we come together – now more than ever. For the sake of future generations and ourselves, we are fiercely determined to take care of our one planet. And, together, we will.
what we Support
We support legislative efforts to address climate change.
We support and encourage policies that promote clean energy.
We support elected officials who work toward climate change solutions and call out those who don't.
We support science in all policy-making decisions.
We support the protection of the environment and public land.
We support corporations and private interests who demonstrate a significant commitment to addressing climate change.
Christine Matthews - Public opinion researcher and business owner from Alexandria, Virginia. Mom. Wife. Rescuer of dogs, frogs, turtles. Lover of hummingbirds. Wildlife gardener. Virginia Master Naturalist.
Susanna Carey - Editor. Graphic designer. Amateur photographer. Love hiking, gardening, flea markets, and baking birthday cakes for my friends and family. Live in Alexandria, Virginia, with my husband, two children, and a yellow lab named Grant.
Jennifer Roda - Wife and mom of three, plus my real baby – Toby the dog. School booster and community volunteer. Bookkeeper. First fell in love with the outdoors while canoeing through Wisconsin and Canada in the summers as a teen.
Megan Beyer - Ms. Beyer is a journalist, activist, and life-long advocate for women’s rights and gender issues. She currently runs Megan Beyer & Assoc., and serves on several boards.
Cinnamon Rogers - Ms. Rogers has more than 22 years of public policy experience in corporate, trade association, congressional, and federal government roles. She currently serves as the Sr. Vice President of Government Affairs at the Telecommunications Industry Association.
Get in touch with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org