A Global Social Justice Challenge
Extreme weather patterns along with forest fires, floods and intense hurricanes, have forced us to examine the human toll on our eco-system. From our dependence on fossil fuels to unsustainable overconsumption, we know that despite the Earth’s amazing resilience, we need to pay attention to how we inhabit our only home. Climate change is real and it is directly impacting millions of people daily. An entire generation of human species and engaged citizens grew up with an understanding that we have to address the climate issues facing our global citizenry.
FEBRUARY 3, 2022
Director of groundWork, a nonprofit environmental justice service and developmental organization
Energy Democracy Fellow at the National NAACP Environmental Climate Justice Program
Founder of Bumi Buddies, youth led initiative to educate Indonesian children about sustainability
Sr. Manager at Accenture & climate reality leader and instructor at George Washington University