Christopher Stimpson has worked in advocacy and political support movements since 2001, when he was a director of the environmental advocacy group Clean Power Now and backed Deval Patrick to become the first African American governor of Massachusetts. He later became Executive Campaigner of Solar Nation, the only nationwide grassroots organization advocating for solar power. In January he will become chair of the Environmental Advocacy Board of the city of Westminster, where he now lives. He is also a novelist and playwright.
Sometimes you can’t win for losing. A family member and long-time Colorado resident recently found himself working in a restaurant that paid health benefits (not always the case in the food service industry). All was well until a) management messed up and closed down, and b) my relative was diagnosed with a form of throat […]