Christine Gardner


Christine Gardner is the founder of moregreenmoms and has become a passionate and trusted voice in her community. As a frequent speaker at schools, organizations and events, she shares her insights about how to understand and eliminate harmful toxins from our households, companies and campuses. For the past 10 years, she has worked with EWG on many environmental education, advocacy and fundraising efforts.

Christine was a co-creator and parent representative for the Eco-Councils at her children’s schools and former chair of the Bay Area Green Schools Alliance, a collection of parents, educators and change-makers working to promote sustainable practices in private and public schools throughout the Bay Area.

Christine is a member of the advisory council for the Stanford University Woods Institute for the Environment, where her focus is on encouraging research and innovation to support the de-toxification of American society, as well as vulnerable communities throughout the world.

She served for eight years on the board of directors of the San Francisco Parks Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting, sustaining and enriching the city’s parks, recreation centers and protected open spaces.

Christine is the author of a children’s book, “A Moment of Quiet Is Nothing To Fear,” a story created to inspire children to embrace the power of their imaginations.

A graduate of Stanford University with a B.A. in both communication and French studies, Christine has worked in several different fields, including publishing, investment research and Internet development. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and three children.