Aram Nadjarian is the founder and CEO of Mozaic Media & Communications (MMC), a Los Angeles-based public relations and advocacy firm. He is also a partner at Vectis Strategies LLC and serves as the Community/Corporate/Environmental Issues Team Lead.
David Nahai is President of David Nahai Consulting Services, LLC, a partner and vice-chair of the Real Estate, Energy, Water, and Environment Practice at the Lewis Brisbois Law Firm, and managing partner at Aqora Capital Management Company, a growth capital firm focused on investment in “growth” stage companies in the sustainability field.
Denise Fairchild is the inaugural President and CEO of Emerald Cities Collaborative, a national nonprofit organization, headquartered in Washington, D.C. with an office in Los Angeles.
Jennifer Grayson is an award-winning environmental journalist based in Los Angeles and author of UNLATCHED: The Evolution of Breastfeeding and the Making of a Controversy (2017 Rachel Carson Environment Book Award winner and 2016 Nautilus Book Award recipient).
Larry Kopald is partner at Kopald/Stranger, a consulting agency that bridges global business development and social change, and co-founder and President of The Carbon Underground, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the world about soil carbon sequestration.
Michael Swords is the Board President of Climate Resolve and Vice President of Government Relations of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), an incubator dedicated to accelerating cleantech startups and innovations.
Victor Griego is the President and founder of Diverse Strategies for Organizing, Inc. (DSO), a public affairs consulting firm specializing in community relations, government relations, and political consulting. Alongside this position, Victor is a board member of MoveLA and Water Education for Latino Leaders (WELL), which focuses on informing Latino/a leaders on water policy in efforts to craft more sustainable and long-term solution for Californians.
Thomas Wong is the Board President of the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District (SGVMWD), which provides supplemental water to the communities of Alhambra, Monterey Park, Azusa, and Sierra Madre.