Staff

Andre Delattre

Executive Director
(312) 544-4436 x203
Andre Delattre is Executive Director of U.S. PIRG and the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, and the National Campus Director for the Student PIRGs.

Douglas H. Phelps

President, Chairman
Douglas H. Phelps is President and Chairman of the Board for U.S. PIRG. Mr. Phelps is also Chair of the Advisory Board of the Fund for the Public Interest, which is a national nonprofit that runs grassroots campaigns to: raise money, sign up members and build political support for the nation’s leading progressive non-profits

Chris Lindstrom

Higher Education Program Director
(617) 747-4330
Christine Lindstrom is a 14-year veteran of Student PIRGs, she now works with the U.S. PIRG network around the country to develop and execute campaigns to secure affordable and accessible higher education.

Steve Blackledge

Public Health Program Director
(916) 394-5413
Steve Blackledge is U.S. PIRG's public health program director. He oversees the organization's efforts to stop the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms, label GMOs, and reduce risks from chemical spills and accidents.

Sean Doyle

Transportation Digital Organizer
(303) 573-5995 ext. 390
Sean Doyle is the digital organizer responsible for the 21st century transportation program for U.S. PIRG and state affiliates.

Ed Mierzwinski

Consumer Program Director
202-546-9707 x314
Ed Mierzwinski has been a consumer advocate in the Washington, D.C.-based federal lobbying office of the state PIRGs since 1989.

Dan Smith

Democracy Campaign Director
202-461-3822
Dan Smith coordinates federal and state level campaigns to curb the corrosive effect of big money on our democracy.

Bill Wenzel

Antibiotics Program Director
Bill Wenzel is responsible for the development of marketplace and policy-oriented campaigns to stop the overuse of antibiotics in livestock and poultry production.

Carli Jensen

Toxics Campaign Director
Carli oversees the national Prevent Chemical Disasters Campaign, and represents and advocates for our positions on toxics issues.

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