Katherine Fuchs has been with ANA since December 2010 and is currently serving as Program Director. As the voice of ANA in DC, she represents ANA's membership at Department of Energy and Congressional hearings and meetings, she also coordinates ANA's annual DC Days lobbying event and manages interns in the DC office. Katherine has a decade of experience organizing educational and advocacy campaigns focused on nuclear, foreign policy, and human rights issues. Having earned her B.A. in Political Science and International Development from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Katherine is currently a Masters candidate in the Peace, Conflict, and Development Studies program at the Universitat Jaume I in Castellon, Spain. In her spare time, Katherine is an avid bicyclist and serves on the board of the Washington Peace Center. Kfuchs@ananuclear.org. Washington, DC Office.
Sharon Cowdrey is President of Miamisburg Environmental Safety and Health, a local grassroots group working on environmental issues associated with the Mound Nuclear Weapons Facility in Miamisburg, Ohio. She serves on numerous committees with the city of Miamisburg and the Mound Facility. In addition, she has a bachelor’s degree in nursing and has been a R. N. for almost 30 years in surgical intensive care.
Kathy Crandall Robinson is the Public Policy Director for Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND). She has extensive experience working with grassroots advocates and influencing policy makers on nuclear disarmament and related peace and security issues. Kathy has worked for organizations and coalitions including the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, the Disarmament Clearinghouse, the Nuclear Disarmament Partnership, Women Strike for Peace, Physicians for Social Responsibility, British American Security Information Council and Union of Concerned Scientists.Ralph Hutchison has served as coordinator of the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance since 1990. Ralph lives in Knoxville, TN with two daughters and four cats. He serves on the Greater Knoxville Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission, the Knoxville Interfaith Committee on Conscience and War, and the Board of Children's International Summer Villages. He has served on an EPA advisory committee which made recommendations about public involvement in cleaning up contaminated federal facilities, and on the state of Tennessee's Oak Ridge Health Agreement Steering Panel.
Judith Mohling has been a peace, justice and anti-nuclear activist for 35 years. She is on the board and staff of the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center in Boulder, CO and focuses on disarmament and nuclear waste issues. She coordinates volunteers and develops monthly programs on these issues. She has a MA in counseling, is a licensed professional counselor and has been a psychotherapist in private practice for 20 years.
Ann Suellentrop is the Kansas City Plant Project Manager for Physicians for Social Responsibility – Kansas City. She attended Avila College and received her MS in Maternal-Child Nursing from the University of Kansas. She has participated in several humanitarian and medical mission trips to Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador and Guadalajara, Mexico, often serving as an interpreter as well as providing nursing skills. She has most recently spearheaded local resistance to the new Kansas City Plant, building a coalition of groups opposing the new bomb plant.
Seth Tuler is a Research Fellow at the Social and Environmental Research Institute in Greenfield, MA. Seth has worked with communities addressing public health risks from US nuclear weapons production and related facilities since 1996. He has helped organize and facilitate environmental health education, training, and public participation so that residents can be more effective participants in and critics of government-sponsored clean-up and health assessments. At SERI he has been involved in research projects on health and risk communication, public involvement in clean-up of contaminated sites, and long-term stewardship. At various times he has served on national advisory boards, including the federal Advisory Committee on Energy-Related Epidemiologic Research and chaired its Subcommittee for Community Affairs for 2 years and the National Academy of Science’s Committee on Transportation of Spent Nuclear Fuel and High Level Radioactive Waste.
Rick Wayman is Director of Programs & Operations at the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) in Santa Barbara, CA, which engages in public education and advocacy around the United States for the abolition of nuclear weapons. He is a graduate of Marquette University’s College of Business Administration and has a Masters Degree in Non-Profit Management and Political Advocacy from the School for International Training. Rick began working on nuclear issues as an intern and later as Press & Communications Officer with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the UK before moving to California in 2007 to join NAPF.