Monica Mariko Embrey is a Senior Associate Director of Energy Campaigns at the Sierra Club. Based in Los Angeles, she works across California to end dependence on dirty fossil fuels and advance clean, renewable energy solutions. Previously, Monica was a Statewide Coordinator at California Calls where she supported integrated voter engagement strategies and civic engagement programs. Before moving to Los Angeles, she was a Senior Climate and Energy Campaigner at Greenpeace USA, where she worked to successfully retire 8 of 14 coal-fired power plants in North Carolina. She is currently a member of the Manzanar Committee, a racial justice organization her grandmother founded in 1969 to advocate for justice after the unconstitutional incarceration of people of Japanese ancestry during WWII.