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Van Jones
Van Jones is founding president of Green For All and a senior fellow with the Center for American Progress. He is also the author of The Green Collar Economy (Harper One 2008), which has been endorsed by Nancy Pelosi, Tom Daschle and Al Gore.

A 1993 Yale Law graduate, Van is a husband and the father of two small boys. He is committed to creating "green pathways out of poverty" and to greatly expanding the coalition fighting global warming.

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Van co-founded Color Of Change. Boasting 400,000 members, Color of Change has become the nation's biggest online advocacy organization that focuses on African-American issues.

Van is also a co-founder of a new national coalition that promotes the idea of a national "Clean Energy Jobs Corps." This multi-billion-dollar federal initiative would put hundreds of thousands of people to work rewiring and retrofitting the energy infrastructure of the United States.

A champion for the toughest urban constituencies and causes, Van has won many honors, including: the 1998 Reebok International Human Rights Award; the International Ashoka Fellowship; selection as a World Economic Forum "Young Global Leader"; and the Rockefeller Foundation "Next Generation Leadership" Fellowship.

Chris Rabb
Chris Rabb is a consultant, writer and speaker on the confluence of race, civic engagement, social media and entrepreneurship. Mr. Rabb has written for such publications as The Nation, Colorlines, Mother Jones and Savoy Magazine.He was a credentialed blogger at the 2004 and 2008 Democratic conventions, blogging for Afro-Netizen, which he founded in 1999. Mr. Rabb is a principal with Visceral Ventures LLC, a consultancy focusing on organizational productivity for small businesses, non-profits and political campaigns. He is a graduate of Yale College and earned an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Simran Sethi
Simran Sethi is the environmental correspondent for CNBC and the Lacy C. Haynes Visiting Professional Chair at the University of Kansas School of Journalism and Mass Communications, where she teaches courses on environmental communications. Simran is writing a book on environmental equity for Harper Collins and is the contributing author of Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy, winner of the bronze 2008 Axiom Award for Best Business Ethics book. She is the co-host/writer of Sundance Channel's environmental programming The Green and the creator of the Sundance web series The Good Fight, highlighting global environmental justice efforts and grassroots activism.
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