350 Spokane Board Members & Leadership
- Rebecca Kemnitz MacMullan (Founder and Co-Chair) – 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 Co-Chair) – 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.
- Karli McIntyre (Secretary) – Karli is originally from Reno, Nevada. She graduated from Gonzaga University in May 2018 with a degree in Environmental Studies and Biology. She is passionate about environmental justice and working towards sustainable, long-term climate solutions. She also loves outdoor recreation and is concerned with protecting public lands around the world from the effects of climate change.
- 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.
- Pauline Druffel (Volunteer Coordinator) – My early professional focus was on teaching biology. An ecology class spurred me on to get a master’s degree in Environmental Science in 1977. It was then that I learned about global warming. I did some more teaching on what I called “Environmental Ethics”. But then I decided to study psychology in an effort to figure out why humans choose to disregard the earth. That led to a MA in counseling psychology and work primarily with children, partly because I thought that helping kids early in life could help them live more easily later on. When I retired in Spokane, I heard about coal train issues, got involved in 2012 and have been working with climate related issues ever since. Previously I had worked for the well being of kids; now I am advocating for the well being of our planet.
- Larry Luton, Ph.D. (Transportation Work Group Leader) – 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.
- Wm. Lamont Worden, M.D. (Advancement Group Leader) – 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.
- Patrick McCormick, Ph.D. (Interfaith Work Group Leader) – Pat was introduced to 350 Spokane when his wife Guay Tippett took a class from Brian Henning at Gonzaga, where Pat has been teaching Christian Ethics since 1994. He and Guay are both interested in addressing climate change and leaving a safe place for their daughter and other folk’s children.
- Trenton Miller (Board Member) – Trenton is a software developer who grew up in Yakima, WA. He has lived in Spokane since 2012. He believes wholeheartedly that overcoming the Climate Crisis is the defining task of our lifetime. Relatively new to activism, he is eager to make a difference in his community and be an agent for change. He thinks a powerful way we can make progress on environmental issues is by advocating for improvements to our elections and our democracy. He is determined to do all that I can to leave a better planet for my children to inherit.
- Carly Meyers – Carly is from Portland, Oregon and is currently a student at Gonzaga University majoring in Environmental Studies with minors in Sustainable Business and Public Relations. She loves spending time in the outdoors, has a passion for climate action, environmental justice and conservation and is excited to work with others to advocate for the planet.
- Charissa Boniface – Charissa is from Salt Lake City, Utah and is a student at Gonzaga University with a major in Environmental Studies and minors in Social Justice, Sociology, and Spanish. She has a passion for the outdoors, renewable energy, and sustainable agriculture. She is excited for the internship hoping to learn more about grassroots organizing, climate advocacy, and how she can best affect change.
Past Board Members & Interns
- Jim LeTellier (Founding Board Member; Colstrip Campaign Leader)
- Jason Oestreicher (Divestment Work Group Facilitator)
- Laura Ackerman (Founding Board Member)
- Brian Parker (Board Member)
- Olivia Jackiewicz (Secretary)
- Imani J. Warden (Intern)
- Madison Dougherty (Intern)
- Chelsey Hand (Intern)
- Jill Coleman (Intern)
- John Rosenberger (Intern)
- Jake Perrin (Intern)
- William Coe (Intern)
- Carly Meyers (Intern)
- Charissa Boniface (Intern)
Contact the Board Co-Chairs at info@350Spokane.org