Global Green Director of New Orleans Resource Center & Office
Beth Galante is responsible for the operation of Global Green's New Orleans Resource Center & Office, supervision of the Holy Cross Project, and rebuilding initiatives including green affordable homes, schools, and neighborhoods.
Beth was formerly an Assistant D.A. in New Orleans, handling predominantly homicides, sex offenses and public corruption cases. She taught at Tulane Law School, as the former Deputy Director of the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic, which was the first recipient of the American Bar Association's Distinguished Environmental Achievement Award and the National Law Journal's Runner Up Lawyer of the Year during her tenure, for its groundbreaking work in the field of Environmental Justice. She is also a former legal representative of the New Jersey Attorney General and the Quapaw Indian Nation regarding damages to their natural resources. Beth has a Masters of Environmental & Energy Law and J.D. from Tulane Law School. She is currently an Aspen Institute Fellow in its Henry Crown leadership program.