Introducing FracTracker’s Newest Board Member: Theresa Landrum
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FracTracker is honored to welcome Theresa Landrum as the newest member of our Board of Directors!
Theresa Landrum, FracTracker’s newest Board Member, is a lifelong resident of Detroit, Michigan. Photo courtesy of Theresa.
Theresa Landrum (she/her pronouns) of Detroit, Michigan, 48217. Theresa’s affiliations:
- The Original United Citizens of Southwest Detroit;
- 48217 Community and Environmental Health Organization;
- Michigan Advisory Council on Environmental Justice;
- Sierra Club Detroit Chapter, MEJC Clean Air Council;
- Michigan PFAS action response team.
A lifelong resident working in Michigan’s most polluted zip code, Theresa has educated hundreds of advocates, residents, and elected officials on the true costs of industrial pollution and environmental racism. Theresa has led a number of public pressure campaigns to decrease harmful emissions and other impacts from industrial sites such as oil refineries, coal-fired power plants, steel manufacturers, and frac sand mines. She leads countless numbers of Environmental Justice tours that educate and inspire others to take meaningful action.
On joining our Board, Theresa has this to say:
I hope to be an asset to the board and thanks for the opportunity to contribute a voice from a frontline community.
A 2020 Sentinel Award winner, Theresa is a tireless advocate for environmental justice whose efforts ensure that residents in impacted communities are rightfully recognized as experts in determining what’s best for their health and well-being.
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