David Masur
Director, PennEnvironment
(215) 732-5897

David graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1994, and became an organizer with the Connecticut Public Interest Research Group. Between 1996-2002, David was the Director for PennPIRG, where he led environmental, consumer, and good government campaigns. In June of 2002, David became the Director of PennEnvironment.

His experience includes working closely with the editorial staff in the Commonwealth’s largest media outlets, lobbying state and federal decision makers, and coordinating the efforts of the PennEnvironment with other statewide environmental groups in Pennsylvania.

In addition, David has directed citizen outreach offices in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh where he educated thousands of citizens on anti-environmental attacks and other environmental issues. David focuses most of his energy working on clean water issues in Pennsylvania.