Laura has worked in the nonprofit sector for over a decade. Prior to working at WSPR, Laura directed programs for two national nonprofit organizations based in Seattle. She is a primary author on over 20 sustainability curriculum publications, including a full-length high school textbook on sustainability challenges and solutions. Laura spent several years as a science and global issues educator, teaching undergraduate labs, high school and middle school courses. She holds a master’s degree in ecology from the University of Georgia’s Odum School of Ecology and a bachelor’s in ecology and society from Hendrix College.
Lilly Adams | Security Program Organizer
Lilly coordinates WPSR’s nuclear arms abolition campaign, working to build a state-wide coalition, engage with elected officials, and promote education and awareness of this issue. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Society and Environment and is passionate about promoting environmental and social justice through community organizing. Lilly has worked as a community organizer with groups including CALPIRG, Food & Water Watch, Students Against Fracking, and Corporate Accountability International. She completed a year-long training program with Green Corps, the Field School for Environmental Organizing.
Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility engages the community to create a healthy, peaceful and sustainable world.