This is the ninth in our series on the importance of voting with the great wisdom keeper, Nathan Stinnett.
Why is it important to vote?
Does our vote even matter?
What is democracy?
THESE SEGMENTS ARE MUCH SHORTER THAN OUR USUAL PROGRAMS… SO THEY ARE EASILY CONSUMED!
Nathaniel Stinnett founded the Environmental Voter Project in 2015 after over a decade of experience as a senior advisor, consultant, and trainer for political campaigns and issue-advocacy nonprofits. Dubbed “The Voting Guru” by Grist magazine, Stinnett was named one of America’s 50 environmental visionaries, and he is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques at top universities and campaign management trainings.
He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, Congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns, and he sits on the Board of Advisors for MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative. Formerly an attorney at the international law firm DLA Piper LLP, Stinnett holds a B.A. from Yale University and a J.D. from Boston College Law School. He lives in Boston, MA with his wife and two daughters.
- our first year Annual Impact Report (from 2016 when we were still just in one state; now we’re in 6 states)
- short explainer video about EVP
- short set of interviews with MIT’s Environmental Solutions Initiative
- recent brief interview with WBUR (Boston’s NPR station)
- keynote address at Boston College
- two podcasts (here and here) with Eyes on Conservation
- Inc. Magazine article from Nov, 2016
- Op-Ed for WBUR in Boston – Why Don’t Environmentalists Vote?
- Op-Ed for EcoWatch – Why Environmentalists Can’t Afford to Wait until 2018