Profile: Jennifer Savage

Jennifer joins Surfrider after having volunteered with the Surfrider Humboldt chapter since 2008. As our California Policy Manager, she keeps a watchful eye on what’s going on in Sacramento and all 840 miles of California coastline and supporting the 22 California chapters on local issues. With experience as an environmental journalist, radio personality, event organizer and freelance columnist, Jennifer has a lot of tools in the toolbelt to spread the word about threats and solutions to our ocean’s health. She splits her time between San Diego and Humboldt, making the entire California coast her backyard! When not working, Jennifer spends as much time in or around the ocean as possible surfing, hiking and taking photos, preferably with her family and friends.

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Decommissioning San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station: What Happens Now?

"It’s hard to think of a worse place to store radioactive waste than feet from the beach at San Onofre, which is in the proximity of millions of people, one of the state’s most popular state parks, and home to some of California’s best surfing areas," said Dr. Chad Nelsen, CEO of the Surfrider Foundation.
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Category: Sustainability

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