Rose (she/her), one of the co-presidents of the Yale Student Environmental Coalition, comes from a background in marine conservation and education. She is overjoyed to bring her passion for justice and socially-conscious decision making to the team. After working in the renewable energy nonprofit sector as well as in environmental health communication, she became passionate about tailored community systems that balance social justice with climate justice. In her sophomore year, she founded Project EnCOR, which works to unite art with environmentalism to catalyze change. She has been involved with the Center for Business and the Environment, where she studied innovation and entrepreneurship. Most recently, she attended COP28, where she supported the World Bank Group and their main focus areas of marine spatial planning for resilience and biodiversity as well as pathways for nature finance. She also supported CoralVita, a startup focused on coral reef conservation. At school, Rose splits her time between environmental organizing and performance art. She is a proud member of the jazz a cappella group Redhot and Blue, and can be found onstage in musicals and plays. If she could power the world on one thing, she would choose the vibrations of vocal chords.