Before founding Climate Resolve, Jonathan Parfrey served as a commissioner at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (2008-2013). Jonathan is also the immediate past-president of the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters. He is a founder and…Jonathan Parfrey on LinkedIn
Kristina von Hoffmann creates opportunities for Angelenos to lead on climate action with the Path to Positive LA initiative — via major events, outreach, and development. She is a Venice, CA, native committed to helping foster enduring….
Bryn Lindblad’s experience in forging and facilitating cross-sector collaborations for greater climate resilience serves her well in this strategic leadership position. Before moving to Los Angeles, Bryn worked as a policy analyst and consultant in Copenhagen, Denmark, where her…Bryn Lindblad on LinkedIn
Ignacio Fernandez is an economist with expertise in energy and environmental policy analysis, specifically the design and assessment of climate policy, regulations, and market mechanisms including emissions trading systems (ETS), carbon footprint programs…
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, and raised in Portland, Oregon, Khalilha Haynes brings to Climate Resolve a passion for social justice and the realization of happy, resilient cities. She is committed to the revitalization of urban neighborhoods
Seth Jacobson manages Climate Resolve’s Climate Smart Schools initiative. In addition to working for Climate Resolve, Seth is the CEO of Post + BIM, an internet startup focused on green building and building information modeling (BIM). Prior to co-founding Post + BIM, he was a…
Thelma Briseno Rodriguez-Winter is an environmental engineer from Northwest Ohio. For over a decade, she’s been a scientist and advocate working in the environmental health and community development space. In 2014, Thelma graduated with a M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Toledo, where she helped the City of Toledo perform a comprehensive life cycle analysis of the municipal water system.
Alexandra Jackson was born in Paris and raised in Los Angeles. Her passion for the environment began in high school when she became vegetarian as a response to the knowledge that meat production significantly contributes to global greenhouse-gas emissions. After three years of living in Spain and France, she moved back to Los Angeles. She recently completed an M.Sc. in Sustainable Development at the renowned European business school, HEC Paris. She holds her B.A. in French Literature from UCLA.
Chloe Ames is a CivicSpark Fellow supporting local government climate mitigation and adaptation initiatives. Hailing from Huntington Beach, Chloe graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2017 with a B.A. in environmental policy and marketing.
Hailing from the south of Vietnam, Anna grew up in SoCal’s suburban chinatown, Monterey Park. While developing an acute taste for Asian food, she also developed a keen interest for sustainability. She graduated from the University of California, San Diego in 2017 with a B.A. in Environmental Policy and Global Health minor.
Although Ride or Cry’s work mostly lives on the internet, they understand what it takes to deliver substantial results for full-scale campaigns and clients that are built on traditional practices painfully described as “out of the box”. Some of them even went to college!
Mareshah “MJ” Jackson is not related to the King of Pop. She holds a Communications degree from UCLA and a professional background in communications and wraparound services. She has contributed to the Twigg How-To Guide and the Center For American Progress Action Fund, and is currently a Digital Organizing Fellow for the Courage Campaign.
Larry Kaplan’s specialty is advocacy and public affairs — helping organizations advocate and advance their missions and causes, serving their clients, and enhancing their fundraising. He helps advocacy organizations and collaboratives fundraise, and offers them strategic planning…Larry Kaplan on LinkedIn