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CHAPTER LEADERS:

  • Chapter leader 3,  Massachusetts

  • Chapter leader 2,  Massachusetts

  • Grady

    Grady McGonagill,  Massachusetts

Chapter leader 3,  Massachusetts

Engagement Committee Chair, Coordinating Council member, Massachusetts Chapter Leader

For 30 years I worked as a leadership consultant and coach.  In 2013 I  felt called to address climate change, offering pro bono support to The Better Future Project and joining the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Grandparents’ Climate Action Day in 2015 drew me into ECA where I now use my leadership skills to lead the first ECA state chapter, in Massachusetts and provide inspiration to other chapters as they develop.

Chapter leader 2,  Massachusetts

Engagement Committee Chair, Coordinating Council member, Massachusetts Chapter Leader

For 30 years I worked as a leadership consultant and coach.  In 2013 I  felt called to address climate change, offering pro bono support to The Better Future Project and joining the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Grandparents’ Climate Action Day in 2015 drew me into ECA where I now use my leadership skills to lead the first ECA state chapter, in Massachusetts and provide inspiration to other chapters as they develop.

Grady McGonagill,  Massachusetts

Grady
Engagement Committee Chair, Coordinating Council member, Massachusetts Chapter Leader

For 30 years I worked as a leadership consultant and coach.  In 2013 I  felt called to address climate change, offering pro bono support to The Better Future Project and joining the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Grandparents’ Climate Action Day in 2015 drew me into ECA where I now use my leadership skills to lead the first ECA state chapter, in Massachusetts and provide inspiration to other chapters as they develop.

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