We believe that everyone has the right to breathe clean air and that where you live, work, learn, and play should not determine your health.
Guided by the Principles of Environmental Justice and the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing, we are committed to working towards our vision of healthy communities with clean air every day, for everyone.
Our staff come from a variety of backgrounds and work passionately every day towards furthering Air Alliance Houston’s mission.
Board of Directors
Our Board is made up of leaders who bring a wealth of expertise and enthusiasm to Air Alliance Houston. They help direct our vision and serve as clean air advocates in Houston area communities.
Jonathan Ross, J.D., President
Susman Godfrey, LLP
Lucy Randel, Vice President
Lauren Salomon, Ph.D., Secretary
Leonard Golub, Treasurer
New Capital Management
Mustapha Beydoun, Ph.D.
Houston Advanced Research Center
Rep. Jessica Farrar
Texas House of Representatives
Bob Levy, Ph.D.
Galena Park/Jacinto City Rotary Club
Lone Star College
Thomas Stock, Ph.D.
The University of Texas School of Public Health
Grantors That Make it All Possible
Thanks to all of the support from our wonderful donors, we have been able to continue our work on improving air quality, advancing environmental justice, and promoting the health of Houstonians. Their belief in our work allows us to forge ahead toward a healthy future.
For more than 25 years, Air Alliance Houston has worked to reduce the public health impacts of air pollution in the Houston region.
1988GHASP1996Mothers for Clean Air2000Ozone Theater2001John D. Wilson2004Air Exchange Meetings2004Earth Day Celebration2005City Hall2005Reducing Flare Emissions White Paper2006Sabrina Strawn2007Dr. Matthew Tejada2008GHASP/MfCA2008GHASP/MfCA Results2010AAH forms2012HPCC2013Adrian Shelley2014Galena Park Report2015Anti-Idling Ordinance2015Petroleum Refinery Sector Rule2016Lindale2016OBP2017Bakeyah2017CEER2018Emergency Response2019Bakeyah Congress2019ITC and KMCO fires2019HIA Report2019I-45 Expansion2019Emergency Response Infrastructure2019Kinder Institute Study
Although air quality in Houston has steadily improved, there’s still more to be done.