Thanks to the support of E2 members and NRDC, E2 has added new staff throughout the country to help us advance our issues in 2018. Please meet and welcome the new E2 staffers who have joined us recently, and see here for background and contact information for the entire E2 team.

In New York, Noah Dubin is E2’s new Eastern States Advocate, responsible for E2’s work in New York, New England, and other Northeastern states. Noah worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 2011 to 2015, including a stint as Special Assistant in the Office of International and Tribal Affairs. Contact Noah.

In Chicago, Micaela Preskill is E2’s new Midwest States Advocate. Micaela has run issue and electoral campaigns in Illinois, Colorado, Washington state and Massachusetts for the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG). Micaela joined E2 from the Public Interest Network in Chicago, where she was the organization’s national recruitment director, responsible for recruiting, training and building staff and volunteer networks across the country. Contact Micaela.

In Washington, Michael Timberlake is E2’s new Communications Director. Michael previously worked for DC public affairs firms Finn Partners and Rasky Baerlein-Prism, where he managed numerous communications campaigns for non-profit, business and other clients. He also served as media relations manager for the Alliance to Saves Energy in Washington from 2012-2014. Contact Michael.

In San Francisco, Michelle Embury is E2’s new Program Assistant. A recent graduate of UCLA, Michelle also worked as an intern for California State Senator Ben Allen and also with the nonprofits Until There’s a Cure and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Contact Michelle.