Thea Halima Levkovitz is an environmental policy analyst, with extensive experience in nonprofit outreach, media, communication, and organizational development.  She was the convener for the interfaith Partnership for Religion and the Environment for more than ten years, instituting public policy strategy and values-driven advocacy. Halima has a M.A. in Biology from Humboldt State University and served on the Board of Directors for the National Wildlife Federation. She is founding member of the Northwest Women’s Environmental Network and co-founder of Environmental Leaders Retreats. Halima lives in Seattle, Washington.