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Vashan Wright is an assistant professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and a guest investigator at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Deepthi Kolady is a professor of agricultural economics and at the department of natural resource management in South Dakota State University. She researches the intersection of agriculture, environment and the development of countries.
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Craig Santos Perez is an Indigenous Chamoru (Chamorro) from Guam who is an associate professor of the University of Hawai’i, Mānoa’s English department. He teaches eco-poetry — poetry that addresses environmental disaster — and creative writing and Pacific literature.
Jessica Ware is an entomologist and associate curator in invertebrate zoology at the American Museum of Natural History, where she is also an assistant professor at the Richard Gilder Graduate
Dylan Hedden-Nicely is an associate professor of law at the University of Idaho College of Law and director of the University of Idaho Native American Law Program.
Idowu “Jola” Ajibade is an assistant professor of geography at Portland State University. She uses an environmental justice and political ecology lens to study the intersection of climate adaptation, urban sustainability and societal transformation.
Sarah Aarons is an earth scientist and assistant professor in the Geosciences Research Division of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.
Philip Higuera is a professor in the Department of Ecosystem and Conservation Sciences at the University of Montana, where he leads the PaleoEcology and Fire Ecology Lab.
Ernesto Alvarado is a research associate professor of wildland fire sciences in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington.
Alannah Hurley is a Yup’ik fisherwoman of salmon for subsistence and commercial purposes and an Indigenous rights advocate. She has worked extensively in community development and environmental justice and is dedicated to helping make self-determination a reality for Alaska’s Indigenous people.
Emma Robbins is the director of the Navajo Water Project, which provides infrastructure for Navajo families to access running water in New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.
Kiho Kim is a professor of environmental science at American University.
Regina Shih is the director of the Social and Behavioral Policy Program and a senior policy researcher at the RAND Corporation.
Christopher Smith is the senior vice president of government and public affairs at Cheniere Energy.
Maxine Burkett is a professor of law at the University of Hawai’i, Manoa, and a global fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Shuyi Chen is a professor of meteorology in the University of Washington’s School of Atmospheric Sciences.
Mustafa Santiago Ali is vice president of environmental justice, climate and community revitalization at the National Wildlife Federation.
Bullard is the author of 18 books addressing sustainable development, environmental racism, urban land use, community reinvestment, housing, transportation, climate justice, emergency response and regional equity.
Nicole Hernandez Hammer is the environmental scientist at UPROSE.
Kim Tallbear-Dauphine is an associate professor of Native studies at the University of Alberta in Canada.
Erika Zavaleta is a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Lisa Alvarez-Cohen is a civil and environmental engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley, where she also serves as the vice provost for Academic Planning.
Hussein A. Amery is a professor and director of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division (HASS) at Colorado School of Mines.
Maite Arce (Mai-tay Ahr-say) is a leading voice in creating access and enhancing opportunities for Latino communities to connect with information, partners and resources they need for a better life.
Nalini Nadkarni is a professor of biology at the University of Utah.
Danielle Lee is an assistant professor of biology at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, and a self-described hip-hop maven and outreach scientist who writes about urban ecology and biology.
Majora Carter is a real estate developer, urban revitalization strategy consultant. She is responsible for the creation and implementation of numerous economic development projects, technology and green-infrastructure projects, and job training and placement systems.
Lekelia “Kiki” Jenkins is a senior sustainability scientist and associate professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University.