Aimee Boulanger is a consultant providing program support, fundraising and management assistance services to nonprofit organizations, foundations, and businesses. Over the last two decades her work has focused on environmental health, women’s leadership, and resource extraction issues. She specializes in communications between diverse networks of scientists, researchers, healthcare professionals, nonprofit advocates, businesses, government agencies and citizens striving toward common goals.
Aimee currently serves as Coordinator for the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance ([www.responsiblemining.net](http://www.responsiblemining.net "")), a broad-based effort to create a standard for socially and environmentally responsible mining around the globe (much like Forest Stewardship Council and Marine Stewardship Council). She also serves as Coordinator for the Western Mining Action Network ([www.wman-info.org](http://www.wman-info.org "")), an association of more than 100 community-based groups across the US and Canada working to reduce the negative impacts of industrial-scale mining in their home communities. Aimee also works as coordinator of the Washington State Chapter of the Collaborative on Health and the Environment ([www.washington.chenw.org](http://www.washington.chenw.org "")), and is assisting their working group on children’s environmental health to organize their third biennial forum in Seattle. She holds a dual-degree in Environmental Studies and Politics from Mount Holyoke College.