Conversations with Women Leaders: Emma, Lila and Rebecca from 350NH
October 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us on October 7th in the Alnoba Great Room for an intimate conversation with a panel of strong women climate leaders from 350NH.
Last year, Lila Kohrman-Glaser and her team at 350NH ran a successful grassroots campaign to shut down the Granite Bridge project, the proposed construction of a 27-mile pipeline to bring more fracked gas to New Hampshire. This year, they’ll continue their fight to bring more offshore wind to NH, close the Bow coal-fired power plant and pursue an aggressive sustainable policy agenda that would transform the Granite State.
On October 7th, join Lila and her colleagues Emma Shapiro-Weiss and Rebecca Beaulieu to talk about taking real risks and demonstrating incredible resilience in the daring fight to protect our planet.
You’ll also get an opportunity to stroll the Alnoba grounds, see some of our art collection and explore our AIA-award winning building.
- 5PM: Cash bar, meet-and-greet and enjoy Alnoba’s grounds and art
- 6PM: Intimate conversation with Lila, Emma and Rebecca of 350NH
- 7:30PM: End of event
About the speakers
Lila Kohrman-Glaser – Executive co-director of 350NH
Lila is an experienced and driven climate activist with six years of community organizing experience, including two years working in South America. She is also a founding member of Tufts Climate Action. Lila is passionate about grassroots fundraising and volunteer management.
Emma Shapiro-Weiss – Executive co-director of 350NH
Emma’s commitment to a life of climate activism started with giving personal testimony at a city hall meeting and grew to participating in the biggest non-violent direct action campaign in New Hampshire since the 1970s. She has worked with the New Hampshire offshore wind campaign, Solarize Monadnock, the League of Conservation Voters and the Peterborough Energy Committee.
Rebecca Beaulieu – Communications director of 350NH
Rebecca is a saxophone-playing AmeriCorps veteran and committed social and climate justice advocate. She’s worked with both Eco-Action and the Presidential Task Force on the Environment as well as volunteering in her community. Her work for 350NH marries her passions for writing and for fighting to protect our planet.
Your ticket purchase supports getting kids outside
All proceeds from these events go to support Kensington’s Sawyer Park. This public park is 30+ acres of safe, beautifully-maintained space where families from across the Seacoast gather to meet, play and enjoy the outdoors. Because all proceeds from this event are donated, ticket sales are nonrefundable.