Nadine Bloch

Nadine Bloch has worked in the peace and environmental justice movements since 1980 as an organizer and coordinator of  creative non-violent direct action campaigns, both locally and internationally, marine and land based. Most recently she was the Organizing Director at Oil Change International, working to expose the true costs of our addiction to fossil fuels and to overcome the political barriers to a clean energy economy. Her experience includes a myriad of innovative nonviolent actions/mobilizations and facilitating workshops in active non-violence skills, political performance/street theater, puppet and prop-construction,earned media, strategic campaign planning and more. With a degree in environmental studies and politics, and many years as a formal and informal educator, Nadine has worked with diverse organizations including The Ruckus Society ,NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration), Greenpeace, N.O.W., Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities, Conservation International, AFSC, Empowering Democracy, as well as with Bread & Puppet Theater. Nadine has held US Coast Guard 100 Ton Near Coastal and 6 Passenger Ocean Vessel and EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Licenses. Her work has been featured in MS Magazine (June/July 2001: Bringing down Big Money with Big Puppets) and on CNN/Time (Nov 21, 1999.)



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