WHAT OUR COMMUNITY SAYS
I have admired Seth Handy’s expertise and dedication to environmental work in our community ever since his arrival here as a young lawyer, always accomplished with great persistence and the highest integrity.
Peggy Sharpe, community activist and philanthropist
I find working with Seth constructive and inspiring. He opens doors of perception, which is truly valuable for it is hard to do what one can’t see.
Ken Payne, Administrator, Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources.
Seth has played a significant part in the Arts Revival Program in the City of Pawtucket. This has been accomplished through his involvement in the Pawtucket Armory Association in its formative years.
James E. Doyle, Mayor of Pawtucket, 1998-2010.
I had the opportunity to work with Seth on the restoration of the Pawtucket Armory. He was passionate about the work and worked hard to ensure its success. Seth is a committed and focused leader, and extremely knowledgeable about environmental issues. It was a pleasure to work with him.
Lisa Ladew, Sr. Director, Early Childhood Services, Meeting Street School.
Working with Seth Handy on policy development and in defending the state’s largest wind turbine from post-facto policy reversal has been a treat. His intelligence, tact, political savvy, and fierce commitment are both admirable and extremely effective.
Karina Lutz, Deputy Director, People’s Power & Light and Mass Energy Consumer’s Alliance.
I have been impressed with Seth Handy’s commitment to social justice, his deep strategic thinking, and team approach to problem solving. Seth has been a dedicated and active board member at The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence who always volunteers for the tough jobs.
Teny Gross, Executive Director, The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence