The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham
President and Founder
Sally has brought widespread attention to the link between religious faith and the environment through her work on The Regeneration Project and the Interfaith Power & Light campaign. As one of the first faith leaders to fully recognize global warming as a core moral issue, she has mobilized thousands of religious people to put their faith into action through energy stewardship. Sally serves as Canon for the Environment in the Episcopal Diocese of California and is the lead author of Love God Heal Earth, published by St. Lynn’s Press in 2009. In 2012, Sally was awarded the Audubon Society’s Rachel Carson Award for her environmental leadership. Sally is pictured here with her dog, Obi. Download Sally’s full bio.
Susan oversees The Regeneration Project and its Interfaith Power & Light campaign. Susan has over 15 years experience developing and implementing issue-advocacy and electoral campaigns for environmental and other public interest organizations. Prior to joining The Regeneration Project, she served as vice president of the Oakland-based campaign consulting firm The Next Generation. Beginning in 1999, she organized and coordinated the California Global Warming Campaign, which implemented a proactive strategy resulting in several landmark legislative victories. She has been involved with California Interfaith Power & Light since its inception in 2000. Susan received a B.A. in English Literature from the University of North Carolina. If you have a media inquiry, email Susan here. If you are on a deadline within 24 hours (weekdays), please call (415) 561-4891.
Affiliate Services Director
Bill supports all of our state IPL organizations as affiliate services director. Previously, he served as TRP’s managing director from July 2004 until March 2007. He brings with him more than 16 years experience in the nonprofit world. Bill and a climate scientist spent much of 2007 bicycling across the U.S. giving talks and doing media outreach around global warming. Bill has previously worked for The League of Conservation Voters and The Union of Concerned Scientists. He completed his Master of Environmental Studies degree at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.
In her role as Operations Manager, Suzanne oversees the day-to-day office administration, provides board support, assists with our state affiliates, and coordinates event planning and logistics, including the annual conference of state IPL leaders. Suzanne’s background is in environmental planning and management and she has a degree in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia. She resides in Mill Valley, CA, with her husband and two cats. In her spare time, she is active in her community and is on the Board of Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce. She is an accomplished potter and is a member of the West California Pottery Cooperative. Suzanne enjoys gardening and hiking the hills of Marin County.
Frederick Butler is the communications manager for The Regeneration Project and its Interfaith Power & Light campaign. He has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Houston. Frederick has served as communications director/spokesman for several political campaigns and advocacy groups. His writings have been published by the Huffington Post, Washington Post, and several other online publications. Frederick enjoys traveling, exercising, and reading.
National Campaigns Manager
Andree is National Campaigns Manager for Interfaith Power & Light. She has 16 years of experience developing and managing integrated public affairs campaigns and online communities of action. Prior to joining The Regeneration Project, Andree headed up her own communications firm with such clients as the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Truth on Campus, the Center on Congress, PBS Online, and Discovery Channel Online. Andree is the recipient of twenty media and web awards, including ACE, UPI, AP, CINE Golden Eagle, Golden Web Award, Cybersmith, Cool Central, Point Top 5%, Matrix, and Women in Technology International.
Monet has 15 years of experience in financial management for for-profit and nonprofit organizations and has been a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California since 1990. She has a BS degree in Business Administration from San Francisco State University. She has nearly completed a Masters degree in Geography/Resource Management also from San Francisco State University. While away from work, Monet enjoys hiking, tennis, and spending time with her family.
Ann Root is the director of development for The Regeneration Project and its Interfaith Power & Light campaign. She has a B.A. in History from Eckerd College in Florida. Ann has worked in philanthropy for over 25 years, and was director of national development for The Trust for Public Land, a San Francisco-based conservation organization and has also worked for the Sierra Club and a local independent school. Ann and her husband enjoy traveling, reading and their pets – a dog and two cats.