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Amy Harff

Energy Consultant, Artist

Amy is an Energy Research and Development Project Management Analyst at Booz Allen Hamilton. Last fall, she co-led Adaptation workshops for 125 of the US’s top youth climate leaders at the Local Conference of Youth (LCOY) in advance of COP28. Amy has also given presentations and workshops at NYC Climate Week, Goldsmiths University of London, and in the Arctic while aboard the Peace Boat for the UN Ocean Decade.

In 2023, Amy completed IBM's Thomas J. Watson Fellowship on how creativity and storytelling can catalyze climate action. For her research, she worked internationally with over 350+ local stakeholders to create art and understand how creativity can be a tool for change. Her own artwork spans from large illustrations about local projected climate impacts to festival costumes made from trash. Amy has created art for organizations in five countries, judged for Bow Seat’s Climate Heroes competition and even had her commissioned tapestry, “What Gives Me Hope” displayed at COP28 in Dubai. Her upcoming collaboration with the National Clean Water Collective will be on display at the NYC Climate Museum this month.

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