Chloe’ Vorseth is an extroverted ecological economist and PhD Candidate in Earth Systems Science at Florida International University (FIU). She is a three-time recipient of the Everglades Foundation’s ForEverglades Fellowship, with a focus on estimating the value of the Florida Everglades from the perspectives of Florida residents and Florida anglers. As an academic, she has presented her research at the Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Conference in Coral Springs, Florida, the United States Society for Ecological Economics conference in Louisville, Kentucky, and the International Society for Ecological Economics Conference in Santa Marta, Colombia.With a passion for illuminating the invaluable connections between society and the environment, she has also served as FIU’s representative on Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava’s Youth Climate Engagement Roundtable, participated in Resilient305 workshops, and discussed Everglades restoration with lawmakers in Washington, D.C. on three occasions. Also a passionate science communicator, Chloe’ has taught over 300 students in “Introduction to Environmental Science” class at FIU and is currently preparing a TEDx talk titled “STEM: Science That Expands Mindsets.” She is dedicated to forging connections between the environment and people by engaging communities and students with joy, curiosity, and vulnerability. She firmly believes that the more we all learn about the environment and the impacts of climate change in accessible ways, the more willing we will be to address it. In her free time, she enjoys voraciously reading fiction books, experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, and hanging out with her dog Gandalf.