Elodia M. Blanco is a leading advocate for Environmental Justice on the Gulf Coast, and works with many grassroots organizations. Her travels have taken her around the world including Geneva, Switzerland and South Africa, where she spoke to the Commission on Human Rights and the World Council of Churches. Ms. Blanco is a member of many boards and organizations, including President of Concerned Citizens of Agriculture Street Landfill, Board Member of Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Board Member of National Black Environmental Justice Network, and former Advisor to the Gulf Coast Fund. Ms. Blanco also has extensive experience in New Orleans city government, including working for Mayor Dutch Morial.
Elodia M. Blanco
New Orleans, LA