350 Madison Co-Coordinators
Maria Francesca Drews is an activist and leader, committed to working on issues of climate justice. She works at both UW Hospital and Meriter Hospital as a chaplain, dedicated to easing suffering by accompanying patients and families and by fighting for a livable future.
Phyllis Hasbrouck has been an activist for 42 years, and has been a doer and/or a leader in many causes including labor, Central America solidarity, progressive politics, land use, environment, peace, local foods, and climate change.
Peter Anderson took part in the first demonstrations against tar sands pipelines in front of the White House in 2011, and wound up spending 3 days in the DC Central Cellblock after he was arrested. He helped start the local 350.org chapter in Madison, and has provided strategic guidance in the fight against the Enbridge tar sands pipeline that runs through Northeast Dane County.
Mary Beth Elliott, PhD, is our Tar Sands Lead and is a PhD-trained scientist and retired UW professor. Working with others in 350 Madison, Sierra Club, and the WiSE Alliance, she seeks and uses hard facts, figures, and arguments to fight the tar sands invasion of Wisconsin.
Carl Whiting, PhD, is a 350-Madison tar sands team member and lead organizer for the Draw a Line in the Tar Sands Campaign.
Beth Esser is a 350 Madison Divestment campaign member.
Julia Isaacs is leader of 350 Madison’s Divestment Team.
Don Ferber is an environmental, energy, and tar sands activist; biker; Sierra Club John Muir Chapter Executive Committee; RePower Madison co-chair; 350 Madison founding and Coordinating Council member.