Christina Cobourn Herman, Senior Director for Climate Change & Environmental Justice
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Christina is the Senior Director for Climate Change & Environmental Justice at the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), a 50-year-old coalition of over 300 faith- and values-based institutional investors. She has over 25 years of experience with non-governmental and faith-based advocacy organizations on human rights, sustainable development and corporate engagement on sustainability issues.
Christina manages a team at ICCR that works with investors to encourage a Just Transition to a clean energy economy, enhanced methane management and disclosure across the natural gas supply chain, adoption by companies of science-based targets for GHG emissions reductions, with a focus on the finance sector, and alignment by companies of their climate lobbying and trade association memberships with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Prior to joining ICCR staff, Christina engaged in shareholder advocacy with Fortune 500 corporations on a range of environmental and health equity issues. She began her career on human rights and sustainable development issues in the Philippines and in subsequent years, advocated on human rights and international debt, trade and development issues in Washington, DC, where she lives with her family. She is active in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill and holds an M.A. from the University of Oxford.