Kathleen Sutcliffe is a Campaign Manager working to spread the word about the controversial form of gas development known as "fracking." Born in New York City and raised in the beautiful Hudson River Valley, Kathleen is honored to work on an issue that directly impacts her friends and family back home.
Kathleen got her start in the environmental movement as a teenage delegate to the Watershed Youth Summit where her school's proposal to reduce water pollution earned a shout-out from New York Times. When she's not tipping off journalists about the oil and gas industry's latest blunder, Kathleen enjoys playing saxophone in a political street band.
Learn more about Kathleen's work at earthjustice.org/fracking.