Meet the Earth Grammie Team

Your choices matter. Your actions matter. Your voice matters. Your purchase choices matter. And your votes on climate issues especially matter. You have more power than you might think.

The big, climate-affecting decisions made by utilities, industries, and governments are shaped, in the end, by us: our needs, our demands, our priorities.

So please join the Watch Your Waste movement, because the clock is ticking and we are running out of time to help kick the climate crisis in the behind!

Earth Grammie is a resource to help with hints and tips but YOU are a biggest part of the team.

Stephanie Hilbert

Before Stephanie became Earth Grammie, she embarked on a whirlwind adventure fostering creativity across the globe. In the Caribbean, she acted as a consultant for the National Endowment for the Arts. She even created and directed an Environmental Awareness Film Program for the government of the US Virgin Islands. But Stephanie didn't stop there. She found herself in locations like Egypt, Thailand, Yugoslavia, and Costa Rica, sharing her expertise in using the performing and visual arts as an educational process.

Stephanie acted in commercials for the BBC and Canal + and was on the Board of the American Theater Company in Brussels. She was a founder and producer of East Shore Reader's Theater and President of Encore Playhouse, both in Bellevue, Washington. And to top it all off, she was the President of the Seattle Repertory Organization and served on the boards of Seattle Repertory Theater, ACT Theater Board, and even helped establish Theater Puget Sound as a founding member.

Her late husband, Morton S. Hilbert, is recognized as one of the founders who established the first Earth Day in 1970, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Lesley Elizabeth Langs

Lesley is the Writer, Producer and Co-Creator of Earth Grammie. She is also an award winning Music Editor. Her work can be enjoyed on over 60 film and television projects, from the blockbuster "Titanic" to independent films like "Blindspotting" and "The Farewell" and everything in between, including hundreds of hours of television on shows such as "Royal Pains," Dickinson" and "Servant." Most recently she completed "Out of My Mind" for Disney and "The Nickel Boys" for MGM.

Lesley loves to explore the far corners of the world and learn about the history of human interaction with the planet.

She is passionate about amplifying the work of those causing disruption in our disposable culture and leading the way to solutions on climate crisis issues. She believes if we all use our consumer power, votes and voices we can start a revolution on waste. Our behaviors can inspire more companies and counties, more industries and institutions to jump on board and turn the tide on global pollution.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has."
— Margaret Mead

Earth Grammie on Exhibition

Earth Grammie is proud to have been invited to participate in various art exhibitions that aim to advocate for climate change initiatives.

First with Exploring the Edge, in conjunction with A Precarious Edge held at the Schack Arts Center, in Everett, WA.

And at BAIT: Beyond an Inconvenient Truth organized by EARTH CREATIVE in Seattle, WA.

These events serve as platforms for artists activists to use their creative talents to bring attention to the urgent issue of climate change.

Earth Creative, in particular, harnesses the power of the arts to raise awareness and foster discussions about the impact of climate change on our planet.