On a mission to seek truth, spread love, and incite freedom I founded Creative Climate Co.
For years I’ve been deeply engaged in work to advance intersectional environmental justice—investing my time and developing my expertise in the efforts to increase equity and improve quality of life by addressing systemic and cultural oppression.
I’ve done this work as a scholar-activist using the resources of academia for community based participatory research, as well as working with nonprofits while leaning into grassroots activism and community organizing; and even the federal and state government exploring the traditional channels for public service.
By doing so, I’ve realized that I thrive when applying my skills and expertise creatively, operating beyond the boundaries of traditional institutional mindsets and methods. This freedom allows room for more out-of-the-box thinking and alot more fun!
Yes, we can do pressing and impactful work and have fun while we're at it!
Moreover, my philosophy—as expressed in my TEDxtalk, podcast interviews, and articles—centers art, education, and connection as the truest means for
the transformative cultural changes the world needs to heal.
University of Connecticut (UConn)
Master of Public Policy
BA in Cognitive Science
BA in Anthropology
Intersectional Environmental Justice
Health Equity & One Health
Community & Stakeholder Engagement
Revolutionizing the idea of sustainability,
diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice through
creative projects and solutions that celebrate
life and help heal our planet.
Who I Help
How I Do It
What's in It for You
Step 1: Initial Consultation
Step 2: Formal Intake & Ideation
Step 3: Research, Planning & Co-Creation
Step 4: Project Management or Consulting
(Step 4.5: Revision & Adaption)
Step 5: Reflection & Recommendations
Innovate & creative answers to your questions:
How can I be a climate advocate?
How do I do intersectionality?
How can I do justice work but make it fun?
How can my art make an impact?
How can I maximize social impact?