Josh Fryday is NextGen Climate's chief operating officer.
Fryday worked for John Edwards in his effort to secure the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004 and 2008, first as the campaign's national youth and volunteer director and later as campaign director in Northern California.
He has also served as a lieutenant and member of the Judge Advocate General's Corps for the U.S. Navy.
Justin Buell is the director of development for NextGen Climate.
Buell worked as a consultant for the Obama presidential campaign in 2008, and served as Utah field director for the Kerry campaign in 2003.
He has served as a member of the Democratic National Committee's national finance council. Buell also serves on the advisory board for Organizing for Action, a political advocacy group that grew out of Obama's presidential campaign.
Heather Wong is the communications director for NextGen Climate.
Wong worked in the Obama administration as deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the Homeland Security Department. She also served as the spokeswoman for the Treasury Department.
Udai Rohatgi is the policy director of NextGen Climate.
Udai served in the Obama administration as a senior adviser at the Energy Department. Rohatgi also worked on communications and outreach during Obama's first run for the White House in 2008.
Before joining NextGen, Rohatgi was a director at a smart-grid data-analytics company based in the Bay Area.
Josie Mooney is a strategic adviser to NextGen Climate.
Mooney is a longtime labor-movement advocate whose past jobs include special assistant to the president of the Service Employees International Union.
Ted White is a longtime friend and business partner of Tom Steyer.
White has worked for many years as a corporate attorney and is currently a name partner at the Denver law firm Moye White LLP. White is also managing partner of Fahr LLC, a group that works to support Steyer's philanthropic ventures and policy advocacy work.
Mike Casey is the founder and president of Tigercomm, a clean-tech media-relations and marketing firm.
Casey oversees Tigercomm's work for Steyer against the Keystone XL pipeline, which has included ads and polling. The firm recently handled the release of a former Navy SEAL commander's analysis that called Keystone a potential terrorist target.
Casey also wrote the communications plan for NextGen's involvement in the Massachusetts special election to support Democratic Senate candidate Ed Markey and the group's campaign in the Virginia gubernatorial race to elect Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
Ben Wessel is a political associate at NextGen Climate.
Wessel previously worked as a regional field director for Cory Booker's Senate campaign. He also worked as the New Hampshire youth-vote director for the Obama campaign during the president's second run for office.
Wessel has also worked as a policy campaign manager at 350.org, a group at the forefront of the anti-Keystone campaign.