Kathleen founded C-Change Conversations in 2014. Her previous experience includes co-hosting an internet radio show about Delaware Valley environmental issues and working with Ogilvy & Mather advertising agency in New York City and QLM Marketing in Princeton, NJ, where she lives. The New Orleans native was a reporter for The Times-Picayune after graduating from the University of Virginia and studying International Relations at the Albert Ludwig University in Freiburg, Germany, as a Rotary Scholar.
Carrie has a background as a multimedia producer and web developer in New York. She is now an effective community activist focused on sustainability. As a current or former chair of The Stony Brook Garden Club Conservation, PDSeeds, and the Point O'Woods Environmental Committee, she has been active in campaigns to reduce idling, increase recycling, reduce single use plastics, plant Milkweed for Monarchs, and promote carpooling, EV cars, and community composting.
Kathy Herring had a 12 year career in marketing and public relations eventually becoming Director of Promotions and Marketing for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. In 1998, she co-founded Twin Hens, a frozen chicken pot pie company that had national distribution. After 14 years, she closed the company and devoted her time to non-profit volunteer work, serving as Conservation Chair for Stony Brook Garden Club, and as board member for Young Audiences of NJ, Crawford House, and the Institute for Advanced Study.
Pam started her professional life in New York at Conde Nast Publications and J. Walter Thompson Advertising. She then moved to Princeton and co-founded Design III, a residential and commercial interior design company. Later she joined the Sotheby's affiliate N.T. Callaway Real Estate as Marketing Director, initiating and managing the firm’s advertising, web, marketing, and promotional programs. Pam has served on the boards of Young Audiences New Jersey Eastern Pennsylvania and The Princeton Family Center for Education.
Nancy worked for 17 years in finance in New York City at JP Moran and Merrill Lynch as an investment banker and head of both firm's Community Development Corporations. She then spent 8 years heading a non-profit historic cemetery and Level II arboretum. She is currently the board chair for the Nature Conservancy in Missouri and on the board of the Harris World Ecology Center. Nancy holds a MBA from the Yale Business School and is currently completing a post-graduate program at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment.