Featuring: Lindsey Zemler (EMIS) and Nidal Allis (Techno Rescue)
In-Person, Outdoors in Boulder, CO
Sunday, July 31, 2022,
4:30 – 6:00 PM MDT
We are excited to announce our first in-person event since 2019! Our outdoor Celebrate SIPP 2022 event will feature brief presentations by Lindsey Zemler, the Sustainability Coordinator for SIPP mini-grant recipient Eastern Mediterranean International School (EMIS), and SIPP’s newest Board member Nidal Allis, the president and CEO at Techno Rescue. We will also update you on the work we and our grantees have accomplished over the past year, our plans for the coming year, and how we hope to continue to expand our partnerships with non-profits and NGO’s in the Middle East. The event will be hosted at a Boulder residence, and you will receive the address upon registering. Of course there will be the legendary SIPP homemade hors d’oeuvres, sweet treats, and assorted beverages!
This event will help us raise funds to continue and, hopefully expand, our mini-grant program. Let’s make a difference!
If you have not already done so, Please RSVP here.
We are fortunate to have Lindsey Zemler and Nidal Allis as our speakers in Boulder.
Nidal Allis joins SIPP Board!
We are thrilled to announce that Nidal Allis has joined SIPP’s Board of Directors. Nidal, an entrepreneur in the electronics recycling industry, expands our presence in the Washington DC area and adds a Palestinian-American perspective to our decision making process. His business experience will assist us in growing our network and our vision. Come to our Celebrate SIPP 2022! event and meet him in person!
Lindsey Zemler is a Boulder native who moved to Israel in 2016. As part of her work with EMIS to help train the next generation of Israeli, Palestinian, and international environmental leaders, she serves as SIPP’s liaison with the EMIS students we support. Learn more about EMIS’ sustainability program.
Nidal Allis recently moved to Maryland from Colorado where he continues to grow his electronics recycling company, Techno Rescue. Nidal is an American veteran. He also has extended family in Palestine, which gives him a deep appreciation of the challenges and importance of growing a responsible electronics recycling industry in and among Palestinian and Israeli communities in ways that protect the environment and workers’ health and safety.
Please join us! A suggested donation of $100 (or more!) per person is appreciated. All guests and donations are welcome.
With your help, together we can continue making grants that make a real impact!
If you are unable to attend, please consider making a donation to SIPP.