NRCCC Governance

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The Steering Committee

The National Religious Coalition on Creation Care (NRCCC) is governed by a Steering Committee drawn from a spectrum of Jewish and Christian (Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical) faith communities. The Steering Committee provides counsel to the Executive Coordinator, Fred Kruger.

Rev. Dr. Owen Owens

Co-chair, NRCCC Past chair, National Council of Churches Eco-Justice Working Group; director, Environmental Ministries, American Baptist Churches USA Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Rabbi Dr. Warren Stone

Co-chair, NRCCC Chair, Central Conference of American Rabbis, Environmental Affairs Committee; Senior Rabbi, Temple Emanuel-El; delegate, COP-3, Kyoto, Japan and COP-15, Copenhagen, Denmark; Kensington, Maryland

Dr. Robert Marshall

Treasurer Chairman of the Board, Christians for the Mountains, Charleston, West Virginia

Carlos Agnesi

President, Interreligious Council of Mexico; past CEO, Lloyds of Mexico, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Rev. Tom Carr

Chairman, New England Interreligious Council on the Environment; pastor, First Baptist Church, West Hartford, Connecticut

Dr. Thomas English

Creation Care Educator, Presbyterian Church USA; director, TE Endangered Species Institute, San Diego, California

Dr. Mirele Goldsmith

Representative for Hazon, Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, New York, New York

Connie Hanson

President, Christians Caring for the Creation; Presbyterian Church of America Pasadena, California

Rev. Dr. Olin Ivey

Chairman, Earth Care Tennessee; Pastor, United Methodist Church and United Church of Christ, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Allen Johnson

First interim director, Evangelical Environmental Network; Executive Director, Christians for the Mountains, Dunmore, West Virginia

Frederick W. Krueger

Executive coordinator, Santa Rosa, California