Peter served as the Deputy Regional Counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Denver Regional Office form 2002-2012.
Anne consults worldwide on end-of-life issues for electronics and on related sustainable materials management issues.
Tara is a marketing specialist and is the founder of the Boulder-Ramat HaNegev Sister City Initiative.
Sara-Jane is a retired attorney. She is deeply committed to helping Israelis, Palestinians and those who care about the land they share find ways to live and work together to tackle the environmental and other common challenges that affect them every day.
As the founder and manager of Colorado Mediation Center, LLC., Beth provides mediation and other dispute resolution services to help individuals and organizations resolve conflict.
Liz Fox has served for more than twenty years in a leadership role on the National Board of Hadassah and has visited Israel over a dozen times. She has been committed to working for peace in the middle east for all of her adult life. She is also a retired teacher who taught in the Boulder Valley Schools. She is a founding member of SIPP.
Nidal Allis resides in Maryland and is CEO of he electronics recycling company Techno Rescue. Nidal, an American veteran and has extended family in Palestine, which gives him a deep appreciation of the challenges and importance of growing a responsible electronics recycling industry in and among Palestinian and Israeli communities in ways that protect the environment and workers’ health and safety.
Bernard is an engineering professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and founder of Engineers Without Borders-USA.
Sid retired from IBM after 33 years of a myriad of technology and product involvement. During the last decade and a half he was involved in telecommunications outsourcing, marketing and strategy, requiring a broad range of skills involving technology solutions, selling proposals, crafting competitive financials, proposal and contract writing and HR.
Sandy has a master's degree in Community Mental Health nursing and has always been concerned about public health issues impacting communities. Another area of concern is maternal and child health in early childhood.
Based in Washington DC, Alan is an attorney at Beveridge & Diamond, PC, the oldest and largest environmental law firm in the United States. Alan’s practice is focused on helping clients resolve business and regulatory challenges in order to ensure compliance with applicable environmental requirements.
I have an M.A. in Middle East politics and lived on and off in the Middle East for two years. My Hebrew is passable, but I speak with a Spanish accent. I am currently studying Arabic with a teacher in Qalqilya.
Lisa lives in Jerusalem and is provides SIPP with an on-the-ground presence in Israel and Palestine.