Oakley Shelton-Thomas is a researcher at Food & Water Watch. He works to expose the ways in which corporate power influences corrupts democratic decision-making as well as climate research, incorporating spatial analysis to demonstrate the disproportionate environmental impact of dirty energy on marginalized communities.
Formerly an intern at Food & Water Watch, Oakley performed anti-trust research to break the chokehold of large food corporations on the agricultural system. Oakley graduated from the George Washington University with a degree in Geography. He can be reached at osheltonthomas(at)fwwatch.org.