350 Spokane Board Members & Leadership
- Rebecca Kemnitz MacMaullan (Founder and Coordinator) – Rebecca is a parent, business owner and nature-lover concerned about the threat global warming poses to geo-political stability, economic progress and justice around the world. She believes climate change is the human rights issue of our time.
- Brian G. Henning, Ph.D. (Founder and Coodinator) – Brian grew up in Boise, Idaho and moved to Spokane with his spouse and two daughters in 2008 to join the faculty at Gonzaga University where he teaches philosophy and environmental studies, focusing on environmental ethics and ethics of global climate change. Among his books is Riders in the Storm: Ethics in an Age of Climate Change.
- Fawna Slavik (Treasurer) – Fawna has lived in northeastern Washington for most of her life. She currently lives in Spokane with her husband and two daughters. She is passionate about making the earth sustainable and healthy for future generations. Someday she hopes to see a Sasquatch but would settle for first contact with the Vulcans.
- Laura Ackerman (Board member) – Laura is a 20 plus year neighborhood and environmental activist. She has worked on energy issues since 2013, and has worked for The Lands Council in Spokane for 3.5 years.
- David Camp (Board member) – David owns Spokane marketing services firm Camp Creative. He is a hopeless climate nerd who has volunteered on climate change issues since 2014, and was Eastern Washington field Director for the state’s 2016 carbon tax initiative, I-732.
- Larry Luton (Transportation Work Group Facilitator) Larry has lived in Spokane for over 30 years. He retired from his position as Professor of Public Administration at Eastern Washington University in 2014. He has been concerned about environmental issues most of his adult life and taught a class on Climate Change and Public Administration his last quarter at EWU.
- Jason Oestreicher (Divestment Work Group Facilitator)Jason escaped from coal country – the Powder River Basin of Wyoming – when he moved to Spokane in 1998. He recently graduated from Gonzaga University with a degree in Environmental Studies and was on the Fossil Free Gonzaga Divestment campaign. He can’t wait for fossil fuels to go extinct.
- Wm. Lamont Worden, M.D. (I-1631 Work Group Facilitator) Lamont grew up in Richland, WA, but has lived in Greenacres, WA since 1985. He is a retired USAF Lt. Col. and Emergency Physician, with a BA in Chinese and a BS in Zoology, who loves animals, nature, recycling, energy conservation and leaving the planet as a better place to live for his offspring. His favorite activity is being in the woods on his Pend Oreille Co. undeveloped property.
- Madison Dougherty (Intern) My name is Madison and I am currently a sophomore at Gonzaga University, majoring in International Relations with minors in French and Environmental Studies. In the future, my dream is to combine my knowledge of the environment and my skills in communication and policy in order to spread effective climate action throughout our nation.
- Olivia Jackiewicz (Intern) My name is Olivia Jackiewicz and I am a junior majoring in Environmental Studies at Gonzaga University. Through my internship with 350 Spokane, I hope to become more engaged in the Spokane community and become more informed of the inner workings of environmental organizations.
Contact the Board at 350Spokane@gmail.com