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Welcome to the New York City Chapter page!

About Us

New York City EcoWomen is a lively and engaging network that helps YOU advance your career and helps you make a difference. If you, your friends, or your family have questions, ideas, or would like to get involved, please contact us at NYC@ecowomen.org.

You can get involved by signing up below to become a member. You'll get our latest on events, relevant news, and job postings. Please follow our Facebook page for the latest updates on chapter events. 

Support NYC EcoWomen

Support EcoWomen’s work around the United States by giving a monetary or AmazonSmile donation to our national chapter.

  • Monetary Donations: Donate through PayPal Giving Fund! On the drop down menu that says "Use this donation for", be sure to select "NYC Chapter."

  • Shop: Buy an awesome EcoWomen t-shirt! A portion of proceeds go to EcoWomen.

  • AmazonSmile Donation: Shop through our special Amazon link and a percentage of your total purchase will be donated to EcoWomen, at no cost to you!

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Meet the NYC Chapter Board
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Dalveer Kaur 

Dalveer is a public health professional working with NYC Department and Health and Mental Hygiene. Her focus of work over the past 15 years has been to address health inequalities through policy and health innovation programs in the UK and USA.  She has spent the past five years of that working on the opioid epidemic and communicable diseases and mental health.

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Emily Pomilio

A vocal proponent of the progressive movement, Emily has dedicated her career to the advancement of social justice issues through successful, strategic communications. Her understanding of the importance of value-based messaging and influencing key decision-makers has received the attention of government officials and fundamentally changed the landscape of climate progress in the Northeast. 

Prior to joning Erikson Group, she was the Senior Press Secretary for the Northeast region under the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign. Faced with the horror of 2016 pt II, in 2020 she volunteered for a congressional race in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. 

Emily is currently based in Brooklyn, New York (but if you ask, yes, she's probably lived there too). 

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Megan Snowden

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Amanda Diamond

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