Becky Glass

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Becky Glass ... joined the Labor Network for Sustainability in early 2010. She has a strong background in economic and social justice organizing, energy and environmental policy, and nonprofit management. She served for 12 years as the founding Executive Director of the Midwest States Center, supporting statewide civic engagement coalitions in the Midwest. Prior to that she served as Midwest field director for The Youth Project, a national foundation that supported economic and social justice organizations and civic engagement groups, and before that she directed the Energy Project at the Washington DC”“based Center for Policy Alternatives. She serves on the boards of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Public Campaign, and the Public Campaign Action Fund. Becky holds a Master of Urban and Regional Planning with an emphasis in transportation and energy from the University of Illinois. She and her writer-publisher-farmer husband Jim Hare raise grass-fed beef on their small Wisconsin farm, 90 miles East of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Their daughter Amber just graduated from Boston University.[1]

New Party builder

New Party News Fall 1994 listed over 100 New Party activists-"some of the community leaders, organizers, retirees,, scholars, artists, parents, students, doctors, writers and other activists who are building the NP" the list included Becky Glass, Midwest States Center

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