Erin Brockovich is helping people who have been adversely impacted by environmental issues, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and personal injury. Since the release of the 2000 motion picture by the same name, Erin has served as an advocate after her work as a legal clerk. She was instrumental in building a case against the Pacific Gas and Electric Company of California in 1993. Since then, Erin has become a household name as a trusted advocate for individuals who have suffered a harm. Over time, Erin realized that she could use her notoriety to spread positive messages of personal empowerment and to encourage others to stand up and make a difference. Because of her fighting spirit, Erin has become the champion of countless women and men. She is this generation’s “Dear Abby” and in fact receives thousands of “Dear Erin” letters and emails each year from people who are begging for help and support in their own personal struggles. As President of Brockovich Research & Consulting, she is currently involved in numerous environmental projects. Erin is one of the most requested speakers on the international lecture circuit and travels the world for personal appearances. Erin Brockovich is a true American hero whose icon status and “stick-to-it-iveness” only fuels her determination to expose injustice and lend her voice to those who do not have one.
Robert W. Bowcock
Robert Bowcock founded Integrated Resource Management, LLC in 1997 after serving as a Water Utility Manager in Azusa and Huntington Park, California. Prior to that, Mr. Bowcock worked for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and as a U.S. Army Civil Affairs Team Leader who designed and constructed water treatment and distribution systems for various federal branches of government in Southeast Asia and South America. Mr. Bowcok has been appointed to serve on several Watermaster Boards by California Superior Courts since 1990. He is a licensed California Grade V Water Treatment Operator and maintains various other water industry licenses. He routinely provides expert witness work to legal firms in the specific area of water resource management.
Heather White has been the Executive Direct of EWG for six and a half years. She is a nationally-recognized expert on federal environmental law and policy and a campaign strategist with more than 15 years experience. EWG, the nation’s most effective environmental advocacy organization, uses game-changing, original research to help individuals, businesses, and governments make better decisions to protect public health and the environment. White guides EWG’s policy positions, advocacy strategies, communications plans, development and administration, manages EWG’s three offices and oversees the engagement of EWG’s 1.3 million online supporters. She leads the legislative activities of EWG Action Fund, EWG’s related lobbying organization. White has testified before Congress, briefed top Congressional staff and met with senior White House officials on a wide range of issues, including toxic chemical pollution, water quality, energy policy, food safety and farm bill reform. White has been interviewed by numerous news organizations, among them The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, PBS News Hour, PBS: To the Contrary and The Dr. Oz Show. Before joining EWG in 2009, White worked as counsel to U.S. Sen. Russell D. Feingold (D-Wis.) on energy and environmental issues and as the deputy director of women’s outreach for Vice President Al Gore’s Presidential Campaign. She also served as a recount attorney during the contested 2000 Presidential election. White graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she served as the managing editor of the Tennessee Law Review. She studied at the University of Nairobi law school in Nairobi, Kenya. She was an Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in environmental science. While in undergraduate school, White spent a year studying conservation biology at the University of Dunedin in Otago, New Zealand.