The Moving Maryland Forward Network engages more than 65,000 people in campaigns that are part broad efforts to ensure fairness, equality and justice for all Marylanders. Each year we are able to support a small group Leaders. Leaders agree to collaboratively work on Campaigns. We are still currently selecting Leaders to support thru 2015. If you have an important campaign and are interested in applying to lead an MMFN campaign, or would like to suggest a candidate for leadership, please let us know via the online application.

  • Lisa Bardack

    Lisa Bardack is a writer and environmental educator currently focused on the moral issues inherent in extreme forms of fossil fuel extraction and the irresponsible use of toxic chemicals. She has worked for such environmental organizations as The Wilderness Society and Center for Respect of Life and the Environment, where she was involved in defining and promoting the ethical principals necessary for living sustainably on the living Earth. She is on the speaker’s bureau for Interfaith Power and Light, writes for her blog Words for a Better World, advocates for a clean energy future, and dabbles in social media for clients engaged in creating a safe and promising future for children and future generations.

  • Tim Whitehouse

    Tim Whitehouse is Executive Director of Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility. He has over 20 years of experience working on a wide range of environmental issues with governments, businesses, nonprofit organizations and community groups. Prior to Chesapeake PSR, he worked as an environmental consultant, where his clients included not-for-profit and international organizations, as well as a major metals recycling company and an industrial hygiene products company. Previously, he was head of the Law and Policy Program at the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) in Montreal, Canada and a senior attorney at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Washington, DC. He is interested in the interface of policy and science and on strengthening transparency in government.