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Science Moms’ Actions for Kids’ Earth
Thursday, May 12, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM PST
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Science Moms shares advice on how to inspire people to fight climate change for the next generation.

  • Standard ticket: $5
  • This event is complimentary for all WCS members. No promo codes needed.
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  • All registrants will receive access to a recording of the event.

According to the 2022 IPCC Report, the next three years are imperative for curbing the impacts of climate change. Therefore, it is high time that everyone prioritizes the clean transition.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day, Women in Cleantech and Sustainability invite Science Moms to speak to the influence parents can have in the climate fight. Science Moms, a non-profit lead by eleven expert climate scientists, is determined to inspire action in parents since climate change is harming kids’ futures. During this happy hour, marketing specialist Anne-Marie Kline will share the strategies that Science Moms use to ignite action. Attendees will discuss these takeaways in breakout rooms and share their findings as a larger group.

This social is co-hosted by Science Moms. Tickets are free for WCS members and $5 for anyone else interested!

Event Agenda, time in PT:

  • 4:00 - 4:05 Arrival, introductions, and housekeeping
  • 4:05 - 4:20 Speaker Presentation
  • 4:20 - 4:30 Breakout Session #1
  • 4:30 - 4:35 Regroup and share
  • 4:35 - 4:45 Breakout Session #2
  • 4:45 - 4:50 Regroup and share
  • 4:50 - 5:00 Thank you and wrap-up

Anne-Marie Kline

Potential Energy Coalition, Managing Director, Campaigns


Anne-Marie has over 25 years driving complex cross-channel marketing campaigns for brands across CPG, automotive, travel, insurance, technology, sports, music, and retail. Currently, she is Potential Energy Coalition’s Managing Director, Campaigns where she is working on changing the narrative around climate change and has created many new climate supporters with the Science Moms and Vote Like a Madre brands.

Prior to Potential Energy, she was at Audley Travel as the Head of Marketing for North America. Prior to Covid-19 she was responsible for omnichannel marketing strategies and launching new source markets. Post Covid-19 she was mission-driven to get the travel economy back to its former importance in the world’s economy. Also responsible for market re-entry messaging and execution and re-imagining the business.

Anne-Marie was a key member of the Living Proof leadership team who successfully sold to Unilever in 2017. As the head of marketing, she led the brand's transformation leaning very heavily into influencers, social and all things digital. In addition, she launched and nurtured Living Proof's Dry Shampoo to the number one best-selling premium dry shampoo where it still remains - almost five years later. A respected industry thought leader, she’s been named one of Business Insider’s “Most Creative Women in Advertising.”

Prior to joining Living Proof, she spent 10 years at Digitas where she built the Social Content practice and award-winning BrandLIVE, Digitas’ proprietary real-time marketing platform and approach, which drives relevance and value for brands every day such as P&G, GM, Bank of America, CVS and Puma. Prior to joining Digitas, Anne-Marie was the Director of Brand Communications at Tweeter Home Entertainment Group. And previously, she was at Wolf Associates, where she developed premier sports marketing programs fortune 100 companies.

She lives outside of Boston with her husband, three children, and the cutest dog named Murray.

Science Moms


Science Moms is a nonpartisan group of mothers who work in climate science and are concerned about the future their kids will face. Together, they have over a century of experience studying our changing climate and the effects it will have on our kids and their kids after that. As a team, they aim to break down climate change in ways that are simple, fresh and relevant to moms. And give them tangible ways to take action.