Meet Our Political Team

New Sierra Club organizers have joined our team to help win this election for environmental candidates!

Meet Will, Field Director


Will began his grassroots organizing political career in 2007 joining the Obama campaign in Iowa as a Fellow. During the most recent election cycle in 2016 he worked as a Regional Organizing Director with the Florida Democratic Party and Hillary for America. At the start of 2017 he served as Regional Field Director for the Equality Texas Foundation resisting hostility towards LGBTQ citizens through a civic engagement project. He is now proud to be serving as the Political Field Director for the Sierra Club Virginia Chapter during this year’s critically important state election.

Meet Sam, Prince William Field Organizer


Born in Austin to first generation immigrants, Sam saw the various difficulties encountered by migrants and also the opportunities America provided. Sam’s Spanish-speaking household didn’t prepare him for an English-language classroom, and he was held back a grade in school while he learned English. A tenacious student, Sam went on to be the first from his family to go to college. He studied social history and government, graduating from his first master’s program in 2012 and the second in 2016. Jumping from theory to practice, Sam decided that community engagement and organizing was the best way to effect change.

Meet Amy, Greater Richmond Field Organizer


Amy is a former Sierra Club Intern, now launching her career in political organizing! Amy is a graduate of Old Dominion University where she studied Political Science. As a student, she developed a passion for movement politics and the inspirational work of campaigns to elect progressive leaders. As a graduate student at Virginia Commonwealth University, Amy began her work with the Sierra Club as an unpaid intern working on projects including the first People’s Climate March.

Meet our old team!

Meet Corrina, Legislative & Political Director

After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2011, Corrina worked for the Feminist Majority Foundation monitoring and tracking Virginia public policy. In 2012, Corrina served as Communications Assistant to Senator Barbara Favola in the Virginia General Assembly. Corrina has worked on numerous campaigns, including Peter Caroon for Utah Governor, Dave Butler for Virginia Delegate, Rich Savage for Richmond School Board and the successful Mississippi ballot initiative to defeat ‘Personhood’. Today, she is the Legislative & Political Director for the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club and resides in the state’s capitol with her husband, two dogs and is expecting a baby in the spring!

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