Mac Legerton (vice president)
Steve Norris (president)
Steve is a father, grandfather, and great grandfather as well as a builder, gardener, and an elder whose activism started in the civil rights and antiwar movements of the sixties. Steve is always looking for new ways to challenge oppression and support people and communities struggling for freedom, justice, and a better way of life. He lives amidst the boundless beauty of the western North Carolina mountains with his wife, Kendall.
Kay joined APPPL during its 2017 ACP Walk to Stop the Pipeline. Her 30 year social justice career working with refugees and advocating on behalf of indigenous peoples in Vietnam instilled in her a commitment to work for justice, peace and freedom for all beings. She lives in Raleigh in a quiet sanctuary in the woods with a deep reverence for the birds and wildlife that live in the area. “My vision is a world where Mother Nature is protected and loved.”
Jerome Wagner (secretary)
Jerome is originally from New Jersey. He started working with NC APPPL in 2018 after relocating to Concord, NC. He takes action with APPPL and a few other climate-related groups in hopes for a climate-safe world for his daughters Danielle, Christine, and Brittany and grandsons Carson, Cooper, Callahan, and Lincoln.
Greg Yost (treasurer)
Greg has contributed to APPPL’s work since its beginning in 2016. He is a former high school teacher who believes North Carolina’s young people deserve to inherit a more democratic and resilient state to meet challenges posed by altered climate patterns they did not create. Greg lives with his wife, Terri, in Mars Hill, NC.