Advisory Boards

The distinguished members of our Advisory Boards provide critical expertise and guidance for advancing our work across all campaign areas. Meet the members of our International Water, Public Water Works! and Value [the] Meal Advisory Boards, and the NATT Leadership Team.

International Water

Director, Public Services International Research Unit
Professor, Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning
Economic Governance Program Director, Heinrich Böll Foundation
Director, Environmental Law Program, American University
Juan Camilo Mira
Technical Unit Coordinator, ECOFONDO
Naomi Klein
Investigative journalist/author

Public Water Works

Representative, Arizona's 7th Congressional District
Executive Director, Food and Water Watch
Van Jones
President and Co-Founder, Rebuild the Dream
Annie Leonard
Author and Director, The Story of Stuff

Value [the] Meal

Raj Patel
Author, "Stuffed and Starved," "The Value of Nothing"
Founder and Director, Organic Consumers Association
David L. Katz
Physician, Professor, Yale School of Medicine, Writer, "O," and "NY Times Magazine"
Frances Moore Lappe
Co-Founder, Co-Director, Small Planet Institute
Susan Linn
Executive Director, Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
Alan Meyers
Physician, Boston Medical Center, Professor, BU School of Medicine
Marion Nestle
Professor, Nutrition and Public Health New York University
Campaign Director, Dogwood Alliance
Michele Simon
Author, "Appetite for Profit"
Judy Wicks
Founder, White Dog Cafe

Network for Accountability of Tobacco Transnationals Leadership

Yul Francisco Dorado Mazzora
Latin America Director
Phillip Jakpor
Head of Media, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria
Bobby Ramakant
Asha Parivar
Samuel Ochieng
Chief Executive, Consumer Information Network Kenya, President, Consumers International
Muyunda Ililonga
Executive Director, Zambian Consumers Association
Akinbode Oluwafemi
Director of Corporate Accountability, Environmental Rights Action, Nigeria
Irene Patricia Reyes
Managing Director, HealthJustice Philippines
Labram Musah
Programmes Director, Vision for Alternative Development, Ghana

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