Harry Lowenburg is a Campaign Organizer for Healthy Gulf (formerly the Gulf Restoration Network) in New Orleans. He works with low-lying communities in New Orleans to develop strategies for increasing resilience to localized flooding. Harry began his career as a community organizer in 1977 working for the Seattle Light Brigade and the South End Seattle Community Organization (SESCO) where he was a VISTA volunteer. He subsequently served as a chapter organizer for Oregon Fair Share; Executive Director of the Council Bluffs Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement and a founding organizer of a congregation-based organization in Louisiana which later became All Congregations Together. Harry serves as a member of Avodah’s national Board and New Orleans Advisory Council.