Kermit Moore, Board Chair, A. Philip Randolph Institute

Kermit is a retiree, father, and grandfather who lives in a community with a legacy of pollution. A labor and human rights advocate for over 30 years, he currently serves as the President of the Memphis A. Philip Randolph Institute and the Memphis NAACP Executive Committee. Kermit continues to lead voter education & human rights training throughout the South.

Erica Owen, Treasurer

 Erica is a small business owner, mother, and grandmother who lives in a community with a legacy of pollution. She works to dismantle poverty by sponsoring financial literacy workshops, community food drives, and family outreach back-to-school events.

Moreisha Doby, Secretary

Moreisha is an educator, published author, wife, mother, and grandmother who lives in a community with a legacy of pollution. Her work focuses on the intersection of environmental justice, education, and reproductive justice.

Doris Deberry Bradshaw, Member

Doris is the President and founder of the Concerned Citizens Committee in the Defense Depot of Memphis, Tennessee. She also lives in a community with a legacy of pollution and has served on the Community Tribal Subcommittee of Scientific Counselor and the Tennessee Minority Health Commission. Trainer and environmental and economic justice curriculum development.

Anthony Moore, Jr., Member

Anthony is an educator and father who lives in a community with a legacy of pollution.  Anthony had more than 20 years of experience with engaging youth in conflict resolution skills. Anthony's work is at the intersection of education, equity, and environmental justice. He is also an expert in the development of civic engagement strategies and curriculum, the founder of Brothers About Change, and plans community civic engagement events and voter registration drives to target young people.

Elizabeth Wright., Member

Elizabeth Wright (she/her) organizer, strategist, and educator for social change. For fun, she's a garage band musician and leads a girl's rock band camp. She is the Co-Founder of KnowHow a Knoxville youth-focused organization that supports leadership development and community development utilizing art, culture, and media to amplify power, agency, and voices. She has worn many hats in non-profit and grassroots groups, including serving as Executive Director of Tennesseans for Fair Taxation and now serving as Communications Strategist at the Highlander Research and Education Center.

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