Kathy is a resident of Gulfport, Mississippi. She is co-founder of the Education, Economics, Environmental, Climate and Health Organization (EEECHO), a Gulf Coast grassroots coalition of diverse, consensus-based group of educational, economics, health, environmental justice, climate justice, religious, and policy advocates and professionals that represent the interest of building better communities. She also chairs the Environmental and Climate Justice Committee for the National Board of Directors of NAACP. She provides leadership development of the organization’s environmental and climate justice policies. Her committee is charged with the governance responsibility of raising awareness of environmental and climate issues from a civil rights, social justice and equity perspective. Kathy also provides NAACP Board oversight for NAACP ECJ publications, toolkits and training. 

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