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Our Team

Our staff are based in regional offices across the country, and include an International program partnering with organizations worldwide, a Policy & Legislation team strengthening environmental laws and upholding our legal accomplishments and a Communications team focused on strategic media and advocacy campaigns.

Meet our staff members, our Board of Trustees and the Earthjustice Council, and see bar admissions of our attorneys.

Senior Leadership

Trip Van Noppen

President

We must lead by example so our younger generations understand that when we protect our environment, we help to ensure a better quality of life for ourselves and future generations.

Trip Van Noppen serves Earthjustice as its President, leading the organization's staff, board and supporters to advance its mission of using the courts to protect our environment and people's health.

Drew Caputo

Vice President of Litigation for Lands, Wildlife & Oceans

Lisa Garcia

Vice President of Litigation for Healthy Communities

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All Staff

Stewardship and Donor Relations Associate
Development Officer, Foundations
Manager of Donor Relations and Engagement
Director of Donor Relations
Vice President, Development
Development Assistant
Development Research Associate
Development Officer, Planned Gifts
Development Database Administrator
Event Coordinator
Director of Planned Gifts
Development Writer
Individual Gifts Officer
Development Research Manager
Data Services Manager
Director of Foundation Relations
Data & Donor Services Assistant
Director of Development Operations
Development Officer, Foundations
Development Officer, Major Gifts
Development Officer, Foundations
Direct Response Manager
Development Officer, Foundations
Donor Engagement Officer
Development Data Associate
Sr. Director of Development
Executive Assistant / Major Gifts Coordinator
Data Services Assistant

"… Before these priceless bits of Americana (such as a valley, an alpine meadow, a river, or a lake) are forever lost or are so transformed as to be reduced to the eventual rubble of our urban environment, the voice of the existing beneficiaries of these environmental wonders should be heard."

Justice William O. Douglas
Sierra Club v. Morton, 1971