◊ 10.5.13 CRPE's hazardous waste bill signed into law!
Ingrid Brostrom, Senior Attorney
Arminda Montoya, Chief Financial Officer
Brent J. Newell, Legal Director
Juan Flores, Community Organizer
Valerie Gorospe, Community Organizer
Refugio Valencia Gutierrez, Community Organizer
Lupe Martinez, Assistant Executive Director
More recently, Brent has focused on CRPE's climate justice work, including Native Village of Kivalina v. Exxonmobil, and CRPE's effort to compel the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to protect environmental justice communities and enforce the Civil Rights Act of 1964, something EPA has shamefully failed to do throughout its 43-year history.
A lifelong Californian, Brent graduated from Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa and earned a degree in economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1992. Brent lives in Sonoma County where he grew up.
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