Executive Committee

The Green Party of Allegheny County elects an executive committee every February to carry out tasks and handle party business between General Assembly meetings. Our current officers are listed below. Feel free to Contact Us with questions, comments, or matters to bring up at our next business meeting.

If there is a vacancy, interested members may nominate themselves to fill the office for the remainder of the term at the next general assembly meeting.

2022 Executive Committee

Matt Nemeth

Matt (he/him) is a lifelong Pittsburgher who joined the Green Party in 2020. Before becoming the Chair and a Green Party of Pennsylvania delegate, he worked on the Green Party of Pennsylvania's Communications Team and as Communications Coordinator for Connor Mulvaney's 2021 Pittsburgh City Council campaign. Matt is also a member of the Young Ecosocialists, the Green Party US' youth caucus, and Pittsburgh's Sunrise Movement.

Outside of organizing, he works as a Communications Coordinator for Allegheny CleanWays, a local nonprofit that empowers communities to discourage and clean up illegal dumpsites and litter. Matt enjoys biking and archery, has long had a love for photography, and is an avid horror movie fan.

Riley Mahon
(Upper St. Clair)

Riley (he/him) has extensive experience with the Green Party despite his young age, serving as GPoAC Media Coordinator, delegate to the Green Party of PA, GPPA Steering Committee member, Green Party US alternate delegate, co-chair of Connor Mulvaney’s campaign for Pittburgh City Council, and even running for school board himself!

Riley is very passionate about growing the Green Party into a force for change in Allegheny County, and he is experienced in running campaigns, participating in actions, and acting as a liaison to other similar groups. He is fully committed to the cause of building the Green Party, ready for the responsibility, and Riley believes that the GPoAC is at a point now where we can set fairly ambitious goals for outreach, inreach, fundraising, and candidate slates in local elections.

Abi Hunter

Theron Gilliland, Jr.
(North Side/Mexican War Streets)

Technology and New Media Coordinator - media@alleghenygreens.org

Theron (he/him) is a 42-year-old biomedical research scientist working in the Center for Vaccine Research at the University of Pittsburgh. He is also a gay man, a nontheist Quaker, and an intermittent member of Green Party for two decades.

Over the years, Theron has participated in various small community groups such as KhushDC and the Pittsburgh Freethought Community. Theron is a radical social progressive, especially interested in issues of racial justice and fighting for protections for the transgender community.

In addition to his career-oriented and political interests, Theron enjoys all the typical outdoors activities (biking, kayaking, camping, hiking), reading about ancient Near East history, learning languages from around the world, enjoying foreign cuisine, and spending time with his dog.

Tom Bailey
(Penn Hills)

Working Groups / Action Coordinator - workgroups@alleghenygreens.org

Kelsey McNaul

Neighborhoods Coordinator - neighborhoods@alleghenygreens.org

Kelsey (she/they) is a young, queer person who is passionate about socialism and environmental justice. She has been a part of the Green Party for roughly two years and was a volunteer with both Jay Walker's 2020 campain for the PA House of Representatives and with Connor Mulvaney's 2021 campaign for Pittsburgh City Council. Kelsey has also been active in representing the Green Party at community protests and demonstrations.

Kelsey boasts more than five years of experience as a professional or volunteer organizer for environmental justice campaigns, including leadership experience through student organizing and involvement with the People Over Petro coalition. They are passionate about Green Party values and committed to ongoing political education, and they welcome the opportunity to make their voice heard regarding state party platforms and nominations.

Being very energetic and people oriented, Kelsey has strong experience in facilitating meetings and coordinating volunteers. She is eager to meet new people in the party and see how she could support organizing taking place at the local level with neighborhood groups.

Steven Martinez

Treasurer - treasurer@alleghenygreens.org

Steven (he/him) is a long-time member of the Green Party of Allegheny County, a former/current state delegate to the Green Party of Pennsylvania, and the 2021 candidate for Dormont Borough Council. He also played an integral role of Connor Mulvaney's 2021 campaign for Pittsburgh City Council. Steven is excited to learn from past county/state treasurers and work with the Finance Committee to take advantage of opportunities for investing the party.