Sandy Bahr is the Chapter Director for the Grand Canyon (Arizona) Chapter of the Sierra Club, where her responsibilities include advocating for environmental protection with various state and federal agencies, conducting research, developing and evaluating policies, conducting grassroots outreach and organizing, developing and implementing priority projects, fundraising and budget development, and supervising staff, among others. She has worked actively on environmental protection issues in Arizona for the past twenty-seven years, both as a volunteer and as staff for various organizations including Sierra Club, Arizona Audubon Council, Arizona Common Cause, and the McDowell Sonoran Land Trust. Recent campaigns have involved helping to stop future uranium mining in the greater Grand Canyon region, helping to promote a strong energy efficiency standard and its implementation at the Arizona Corporation Commission, and seeking to strengthen the proposed Clean Power Plan to reduce carbon emissions from Arizona’s power plants.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2015