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Greenpeace USA

Women’s March Partner

Founded: 1971, from “Don’t Make a Wave Committee”

Founder: Patrick Moore, Robert Hunter, etc.

Website: http://www.greenpeace.org/


702 H Street, NW, STE 300, Washington, D.C. 20001

(202) 462-1177


  • One of the largest environmental organization promoting climate change and global warming narratives
  • Against the food industry, chemicals, GMO product, pro sustainability, social justice, civil right


Greenpeace Fund, donations from individuals and foundations, fund-raising events

2008 – 2016 federal grants: N/A

Key people:

Executive Director


David Barre is the Chief Program Officer at Greenpeace USA and oversees all of the organization’s public-facing campaign work. He previously served as Communications Director both from 1998 to 2004 and again from 2009 to 2016.

Ebony Martin is the Chief of People and Culture at Greenpeace USA. With her passion for diversity and equity, Ebony has developed and implemented strategies for hiring and developing diverse talent, fostering an inclusive work environment, and ensuring equity in Greenpeace’s policies and processes.

Brian Anderson is the Chief Development Officer at Greenpeace USA.

Leila Deen is the Projects Director at Greenpeace USA. She has been working at Greenpeace since 2008. In that time she has worked at Greenpeace UK and Greenpeace International before moving to Greenpeace USA in 2013.


Mark Floegel is the Research Director with Greenpeace USA. A former journalist, he’s been working in public interest advocacy for 30 years, with Greenpeace since 1989. In his current role, Mark helps determine the long-range strategic direction for Greenpeace and the execution of Greenpeace campaigns.

Deepa Isac currently serves as Chief of Staff. As an attorney with Greenpeace since 2004, Deepa has advised on a variety of legal matters and managed criminal law cases when Greenpeace activists and environmental supporters engaged in peaceful civil disobedience to promote policy change that protects the planet.

As Actions director, Nathan manages the US Action Team, which develops and coordinates non-violent direct actions in support of Greenpeace campaigns.


Michael Leon Guerrero is the Executive Director of the Labor Network for Sustainability and currently serves as the Greenpeace, Inc. Treasurer.

Stuart Clarke is the Executive Director of the Town Creek Foundation and works tirelessly to provide grant funding to help, support, and accelerate progressive changes in environmental policy and practice within the state of Maryland.

Ellen Dorsey is the executive director of the Wallace Global Fund.

Greenpeace Fund Board Member

John Passacantando’s career has taken him from Wall Street to philanthropy to a leading role in the global fight to stop climate change. Passacantando completed eight years as executive director of Greenpeace USA in 2008, the longest-serving director in the history of the organization.

Greenpeace Fund Board Member

Jee Kim has been active in various social justice, immigrant rights, and (new) media efforts for many years. He currently works on increasing civic and political participation as a program officer at the Ford Foundation.

Greenpeace Fund Board Member

Jeffrey Hollender is a leading authority on corporate responsibility, sustainability, and social equity. More than twenty-three years ago, he co-founded Seventh Generation and went on to build the fledgling company into a leading natural product brand.

Greenpeace Fund Board Member

Tom Newmark is a co-owner of Luna Nueva farm and lodge in the rainforest of Costa Rica, and founder of Semillas Sagradas, one of the New World’s largest and most comprehensive sanctuaries for endangered plant species.

Greenpeace Inc Board Member

Larry Kopald is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Kopald/Stranger, a consulting firm that lives at the intersection of global business development and social change.

Greenpeace Inc Board Member

Bryony Schwan is the Co-founder and Director of Strategic Partnerships of The Biomimicry 3.8 Institute (TBI) and served as the founding Executive Director for eight years.

Greenpeace Inc Board Member

Alnoor is a co-founder and Executive Director of The Rules, a global network of activists, writers, coders, designers, and researchers focused on addressing the root causes of inequality and climate change.




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