Melissa Sanchez of Public Citizen Texas tells us about karaoke last night, Van Jones, and lots of good panels today.
Se y’all tomorrow for our final update from Vegas.
Posted in green jobs, tagged climate change, documentary, karaoke, Las Vegas, Melissa Sanchez, netroots nation 2010, NN10, patriots, public citizen texas, speaking in tongues, van jones on July 23, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Activism, Andrew Sauls, carol geiger, david power, get to know an activist, health reform bill, las brisas energy center, Melissa Sanchez, mona avalos, patrick reck, Public Citizen, reengerize texas, ryan rittenhouse, sarah mcdonald, Tar Sands, trevor lovell, week in review, white stallion on April 2, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Another beautiful spring day and another bright and blooming Public Citizen Texas staffer to fill your screen. Melissa Sanchez is our administrative assistant and the first face you’ll see when you walk into our Austin office. Melissa is a self-proclaimed woman of many hats. She must wear these hats at home because I’ve never seen her wear one while in the office. Although, when she’s trying to beat the masses, she’s got a pair of cheap sunglasses.
Off Broadway and live in Austin, here is her small screen debut:
By promoting cleaner energy, cleaner government, and cleaner air for all Texans, we hope to provide for a healthy place to live and prosper. We are Public Citizen Texas.
Posted in Global Warming, tagged Andrew Sauls, Andrews County waste dump, austin generation plan, clean energy for austin, coal plant, david power, energy advocacy, environment texas, environmental defense fund, EPA hearing, ICLEI, Melissa Sanchez, mona avalos, ozone attainment standards, P.A.C.E., PACE, patrick reck, property assessed clean energy, reenergize texas, ryan rittenhouse, sarah mcdonald, Sierra Club, smitty, Tar Sands, think green, think green fund, Tom "Smitty" Smith, trevor lovell, univision dallas, week in review on March 12, 2010 | Leave a Comment »