Our Staff

Steph Compton

Baltimore Organizer

Steph has been working on environmental justice issues since 2012. A Texas native, she first joined the movement with Texas Campaign for the Environment working on state EPR campaigns to improve recycling and on local ordinances to ban fracking. She moved to Baltimore in 2014 to continue the work with Food & Water Watch working on the state campaigns to ban fracking and holding corporate polluters responsible for waste runoff in the Chesapeake Bay. She joined Energy Justice Network in 2020.

Mike Ewall

Incinerator Closure Strategist, Baltimore Clean Air Act advocate, Researcher and Policy Advisor

Mike has been active since high school in 1990. His activist work has helped many communities achieve victories against coal and gas power plants, landfills, incinerators, ethanol plants, medical waste facilities, and other noxious industries. Mike’s skills include research, writing, programming, organizing, networking, public speaking, legal work, policy analysis, advising and more. Find his full bio here.