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Jul 10, 2007
I am a 25-year veteran of broadcast news spending much of my career as an award-winning reporter and anchor with the CBS Radio Network. After observing that environmental news was missing from the daily mix at KCBS Radio in San Francisco, I launched "Trashtalk", waste reduction tips in a green minute format. As I grew my beat from garbage to global warming over the decade, I changed the name to Ecotalk, reflecting the broader focus of my features. In 2004 Ecotalk went national - in a one hour interview format - on the Air America Radio Network and in 2006 became the first environmental program to air in a Monday through Friday prime time slot.
In addition to hosting and producing Ecotalk, I am also founder of "Don't be Fueled - Mothers For Clean and Safe Vehicles", the first 'Gasroots' SUV awareness campaign created in 2002. In addition to my green radioactivism, I am a passionate advocate for using mainstream media outlets to raise eco-consciousness across America, offering sound solutions for a healthier planet and people in public speaking appearances.