Matthew Anderson

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"Matthew has served as executive director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment since 2010. Before coming to the Partnership, Mr. Anderson directed the Creation Care Fund, an intermediary fund that provides financial and technical support to Christian environmental grassroots initiatives. His experience also includes serving as the director of environmental and rural advocacy and education for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, as well as national campaign efforts on climate and energy for the National Council of Churches of Christ. Mr. Anderson also served as executive director of Faith in the City, a multi-sector faith-based coalition in the Twin Cities. Mr. Anderson graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in environmental studies and is completing a Masters in Advocacy and Political Leadership from the University of Minnesota – Duluth. He lives in Saint Paul with his wife Kirsten and their daughters, Solvei and Freya, and enjoys outdoor adventures, curling and gardening." [1]

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  1. National Religious Partnership for the Environment Staff, organizational web page, accessed August 29, 2012.