Join the Climate Champions
November 26, 2018

At this time of the year, we have a lot to celebrate. The season of giving is upon us and the year-end holidays are approaching. And here at Climate Solutions, we're celebrating our 20th anniversary... that’s why we’re celebrating with our Week of Climate Champions!
Our Week of Climate Champions continues today with #GivingTuesday and wraps up with our 10th Annual Dinner in Portland. Throughout this week, we have an ambitious goal of raising $120,000 and we hope you will take part in our celebrations. 

Will you join our Week of Climate Champions by making a donation today?
Or celebrate every month with a monthly sustaining gift!

#GivingTuesday and our Annual Dinner are focused on building relationships, community, and a broad movement for climate action. Here in the Pacific Northwest and across the nation, we’ve seen growing momentum for the transition to a clean energy economy and we’re committed to achieving our vision of an equitable, clean energy future. 
When you donate to Climate Solutions, you are working toward accelerating solutions to the climate crisis. Your partnership will help us:

  • Champion transformational policies and market-based innovations;
  • Catalyze powerful partnerships and a diverse movement for action and accountability; and
  • Communicate a bold vision for solutions at the scale required by climate science.

With your support, we know that a better future, powered by clean energy, is possible. Thank you for considering a one-time gift or a monthly donation during this Week of Climate Champions.
Thank you to all our climate champions!

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Author Bio

Savitha Reddy Pathi

Deputy Director, Climate Solutions

Savitha has been Deputy Director of Climate Solutions since June 2019, previously serving as Development Director since January 2010. To her, climate change is the biggest social justice issue of our lifetime and she has been working on the issue since 1997, when she interned at the US EPA's Policy office during the Kyoto Protocol negotiations. 

Savitha is responsible for organizational effectiveness and also oversees the organization's development, cultivation and fundraising efforts, managing the team that raises funds from individuals, foundations and corporate supporters. Savitha helped form Climate Solutions Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Group and is a graduate of the Center for Diversity & the Environment’s Environment 2042 Leadership Program. She continues her activism through her volunteer service on the Board of Trustees for the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, on the inaugural Advisory Council of the University of Washington’s EarthLab and on the Steering Committee for the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict. Her Board service ended in 2017 for Mize Family Foundation, whose grantmaking focuses on climate justice. In 2018 she served on the fundraising team for the Yes on 1631 campaign, helping raise over $15M to take on Big Oil.

Prior to joining Climate Solutions, Savitha worked at Seattle Foundation where she served as philanthropic advisor to over 100 donor advised funds and the Environmental grant making lead; the Collins Group (now Campbell & Company) providing fundraising counsel for feasibility studies and capital campaigns; and at the Women's Funding Alliance in a fundraising and grantmaking role. In Washington DC, Savitha worked for the US EPA and Environmental Media Services (now Resource Media).

Savitha received a BA with Honors in Government and Environmental Studies from Bowdoin College. During her tenure at Climate Solutions, Savitha has been recognized with the 40 Under 40 award from the Puget Sound Business Journal and the Eco Women Making a Difference award from Women of Color Empowered & The Northwest Asian Weekly, and was awarded a Brainerd Foundation Fellowship to Social Venture Partners. She has lived in Seattle since 2000, and is a proud auntie. 

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