Nile Malloy Movement Building & Foundation Relations Advisor

Nile is a movement builder and organizer committed to social, economic, and ecological justice. He is currently Program Director for Communities for a Better Environment. He recently served as the Freedom from Oil campaigner at Rainforest Action Network. Outside of campaigning against big corporations on environmental standards, criteria and policy, he is deeply invested in local solution-based projects in the Midwest and in the Bay Area to revitalize urban centers. He also has wide-ranging background as a teacher and has taught at the New College of California in the Activism and Social Change Program. He holds a B.A. in Urban Anthropology and African American Studies from the University of Michigan and an M.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Social Transformation with a focus on local and global environmental justice projects. An aspiring writer and poet, Nile resides in Oakland.