Beverly Harp is the Director of State Affairs for the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health. Beverly is an organizer and communicator with a decade of experience in the climate movement. As Director of State Affairs, Beverly is responsible for the administration and management of the Consortium’s Climate and Health State Network. Beverly supports the growing network of 23 state-based health professional climate advocacy groups with organizational development, communication strategy, campaign coordination, and coalition building. She also develops training programs, guidance documents, peer-learning structures, and other technical assistance to support these groups. Beverly previously served as Associate Director for Communications and Campaigns for the Consortium team. Prior to joining the Consortium full-time, she worked as the Communication Manager for the Health and Climate Solutions initiative at the GMU Center for Climate Change Communication (4C), where she supported equitable, community-based health and climate projects across the country. Before joining the team at 4C, Beverly completed a Fulbright research grant in India on the distribution of finance for climate change adaptation. In her free time, she organizes young people to take action for global climate justice with the organization SustainUS. Beverly received her B.A. in Global Affairs and Data Analysis from George Mason University.