Brooke Suter is the national campaign director for the Clean Air Task Force.
She coordinates the Diesel Clean-Up Campaign, which weaves together active
state-based campaigns and federal initiatives to create an effective diesel
pollution reduction strategy.
Brooke has worked on a wide range of environmental and public health issues
for nearly two decades. For seven years she was the Connecticut Director for
Clean Water Action, and was recognized for her leadership on comprehensive
legislative campaigns that produced state laws setting national precedents on
issues of power plant pollution, mercury emissions, and global warming. The
hallmark of these successful initiatives included collaboration with
interested stakeholders and strong public engagement.
Brooke has traveled internationally, consulting on environmental strategies,
and has worked to empower citizens through local, state, and federal issue
campaigns throughout the United States. Ms Suter received the Connecticut Clean Energy Hero Award from the People’s Action for Clean Energy, a citation from the City of New Haven, and a citation from the State of Connecticut for her work. Ms. Suter holds a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.