Dori Chandler joined our team in November 2018 as Public Policy Director. She took on the role of Executive Director in January 2021. At HIPL, she advocates for fair utility rates and practices, works to expand renewable energy and access, and educates our congregations about the importance of working together to implement lasting and comprehensive changes that strengthen and sustain our communities: fighting for environmental justice for impacted communities, bringing our faith communities together to be a moral voice for climate change and ensuring the long term health of our democratic institutions. Dori has a Masters in Urban Planning from Hunter College and a Bachelors in Environmental Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As an educator and leader in the Jewish community, she works to instill the values of Tikkun Olam–repair of the world–and Baal Tashchit–not to needlessly destroy–as core values.
Angie joined H-IPL as a part-time administrative support staff member in January 2017. Angie has a Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University and over 25 years of administrative experience. She was formerly a part-time administrative assistant at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, where she supported the Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery department. She is now the Executive Assistant to the Town Managers for the town of Brownsburg, Indiana. Her religious affiliation is non-denominational Christian. Having grown up in a conservative christian home, she is specifically interested in ways to discuss the importance of climate care to conservatives in a way that is engaging, positive, and impactful.