Paul S. Towers
Paul Towers works side-by-side with Californians to prevent pesticide exposure, promote local farming and build healthier communities. He previously worked for Toxics Action Center as a Community Organizer in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Paul also completed a one-year training program with Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizing.
Towers serves on the board of Teens Turning Green, a national cancer-prevention organization, and is vice president of the Oak Park Neighborhood Association in Sacramento. He is co-founder and former Board Secretary of Common Frequency, a California-based nonprofit dedicated to building more community and college radio stations. In addition, he serves on the executive committee of the Central Valley Air Quality Coalition and Californians for Pesticide Reform. Towers earned a bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning at UC Davis.