SOA Deputy Director Alex Ghenis
Disability local weather justice skilled Alex Ghenis has been employed as Deputy Director of Sustain Our Abilities, a nonprofit centered on local weather, well being and incapacity.
FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sustain Our Abilities (SOA) is worked up to announce that Alex Ghenis has been employed as the Deputy Director of SOA. Mr. Ghenis is a nationally acknowledged skilled on the affect of local weather change on individuals with disabilities and has been essential to elevating consciousness about local weather justice for the incapacity group. He holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy on the University of California, Berkeley, with a give attention to local weather change and the constructed atmosphere. In 2014, Mr. Ghenis based the New Earth Disability initiative on the World Institute on Disability to increase analysis on, and lift consciousness about, local weather justice for the incapacity group. He based the consulting agency Accessible Climate Strategies in 2020 and thru his profession has labored on matters starting from transportation methods to catastrophe readiness.
Alex joins SOA in its fourth yr of operation, proper as we’re rising and refocusing our organizational methods and objectives. SOA appears to be like ahead to persevering with the Green Route Aiding Healthy Adaptation and Mitigation (GRAHAM) and Day for Tomorrow, which create alternatives for incapacity activists and allies to construct group, find out about local weather change and incapacity, and expertise the psychological and bodily well being advantages of being in nature. We are additionally constructing new analysis, coverage growth, training, and advocacy efforts to create true local weather justice for the incapacity group. SOA can be specializing in inclusive local weather mitigation, the place individuals with disabilities are included within the inexperienced economy, and accessible local weather adaptation, which represents efforts to safeguard the well being, well-being and civil rights of the incapacity group as society adapts to the impacts of local weather change. Our work will cowl quite a few focus areas together with renewable vitality, housing, transportation, catastrophe readiness, climate-induced migration, and extra.
In his place as a Deputy Director, Mr. Ghenis will coordinate SOA’s public communications and engagement, increase our staffing and operations, pursue and help analysis, educate policymakers and the general public about local weather justice, and create a compelling narrative in regards to the connections between local weather change and incapacity rights. He will even work alongside SOA’s Executive Director, Marcalee Alexander, MD, on refining our organizational methods, fundraising, and constructing each home and worldwide networks of professionals and activists – together with these centered on local weather justice, incapacity rights, public coverage, public well being, rehabilitation efforts and extra.
If you have an interest in studying extra and becoming a member of SOA’s local weather justice and incapacity rights efforts, please go to www.sustainourabilities.org. We additionally invite all group members to host a Day for Tomorrow occasion this coming October 22. For extra info on Day for Tomorrow and how you can host an occasion, please go to our web site or contact Alex Ghenis at email@example.com.
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