Kristina Haddad "is Senior Program Associate for Seventh Generation Adivsors. In this capacity, she is working to help create a national response to climate change by building state and local climate action plans. Previously, Ms. Haddad was the Forestry Project Manager for the Environment Now Foundation, Santa Monica, California, where she managed grant making and worked closely with forest activists on the development of strategy and the implementation of initiatives. Before joining Environment Now, she was the Programs Director at Santa Monica BayKeeper, where she ran the successful BeachKeeper Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program, as well as many other projects and programs.
"Ms. Haddad is the author of Crude Awakenings: Could an Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Happen in Southern California?, the findings of a three-year research project for Santa Monica BayKeeper that garnered significant attention from the media and state policymakers. She is currently a board member for both Sequoia ForestKeeper, a nonprofit, grassroots organization whose mission is to protect the world's Giant Sequoias, and the Fund for Wild Nature, whose mission is to invest in cutting-edge grassroots organizations and innovative conservation efforts to protect biodiversity and wilderness. Ms. Haddad holds a B.S. in social science from the University of California, Berkeley." 
- Director, Fund for Wild Nature
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- Directors, Fund for Wild Nature, accessed October 27, 2009.