Gina M. Briggs, JD, LLM, Brooklyn, NY. Founder and editor of Silencity.com, a website focused on noise pollution and its impact on health and quality of life. Founder of Quiet City Maps, LLC, a map-based mobile app development company.
Jeanne Kempthorne, JD, Salem, MA. Founder of Good Neighbor Mediation Project, Salem, MA. New England Super Lawyer 2012-1016. Former civil litigator, federal prosecutor, and post-conviction defense counsel.
John Griffith Johnson, Jr. (“Grif”), Washington, DC. A.B., Princeton University, 1972; J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1976. Of Counsel, Telecommunications Law Professionals, PLLC, Washington, D.C., 2011-present. Active participant in movement to outlaw gas-powered leaf blowers in the District of Columbia, 2015-present.
Rick Reibstein, JD, Lexington, MA. Former manager of the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction program, lecturer in environmental law and policy, Boston University and Harvard Extension and Summer Schools. Winner of the 2000 Individual Environmental Merit Award (EPA), and the 2015 Pollution Prevention Champion Award, National Pollution Prevention Roundtable.
Additional legal advisors from government and private practice are invited to participate on an ad hoc basis.