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Sierra (she/her) is a junior from Edmonds, WA majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Food Systems & Nutrition. She's passionate about environmental justice, environmental policy, and making the world more sustainable. In her free time, she's the Co-President of Cheese Club, on the e-board of Philippine Student Union, and a certified gym rat.


Will (he/him) is a junior from Wallingford, PA majoring in Applied Math and Environmental Policy. He is interested in environmental policy creation and implantation as well as corporate responsibility. He is a part of the Tufts' Amalgamates as well as a Resident Assistant and enjoys embroidering and traveling into Boston with friends in his free time. As a CORE Fellow, he is excited to help make sustainability efforts on campus more transparent and to promote environmental justice efforts in the role.


Brianna Arce (she/her) is a sophomore from Honolulu, HI interested in studying Biopsychology, Environmental Studies, and Child Studies/Human Development. More of her interests lie in environmental education, food systems, and public health, to name a few. Brianna enjoys adventuring outdoors, being active, and spending quality time with friends. As a CORE Fellow, she is excited to collaborate with her peers on projects and looks forward to building a more sustainable community on campus.


Isaac (he/him) is a junior from Pérez Zeledón, Costa Rica majoring in Environmental Health. He is mainly interested in topics such as environmental justice, carbon emissions reduction, and the connection of sustainability and public health. In his free time he likes to hang out with friends and loves going to the beach. As a fellow he is looking forward to help other students to lead a more sustainable life on campus.


Adrian (they/them) is a senior majoring in Applied Environmental Studies and minoring in Film & Media Studies. Back home in Connecticut, Adrian is a community organizer serving as the cofounder of the New Haven Climate Movement Youth Action Team. They are also passionate about climate education and work as Youth Coordinator of the Climate Health Education Project. Previously, Adrian was a Communications Intern for the Tufts Office of Sustainability and Tufts Institute of the Environment. They are excited to promote sustainable behaviors within the student body as a SustainableCORE Fellow this year!


Ella (she/her) is a sophomore from right outside of Philly, PA majoring in Biology. She is very interested in environmental justice and sustainability. On the weekends, you'll find her on walks around campus, reading on the lawn, or studying in Ginn purely for the vibes! As a CORE Fellow, she is excited to engage with the student community and help cultivate a more environmentally conscious campus.


Maia (she/her) is a senior from Madison, WI studying Film and International Relations. She loves languages, bachata dancing, and has recently become obsessed with green infrastructure! They recently came back from studying abroad in Sevilla, Spain, and would highly recommend everyone get to know Andalusia's beautiful and vivid culture. Maia has been working at Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) and is excited to expand on what they've learned there as a SustainableCORE fellow!


Camille (she/her) is a junior from Boxborough, MA majoring in Applied Environmental Studies with a focus on Sustainability, Policy, and Equity. She is particularly interested in youth environmental engagement and marine sciences. Outside of academics, she's a lover of cats, big fan of crochet, and avid podcast listener.


Maya (she/her) is a junior from Natick, MA who’s majoring in Environmental Studies (food systems track) and Spanish Cultural Studies. She’s passionate about food sovereignty and loves plants even more than she loves thrifting, which is saying something. Stop by and say hi during one of her shifts at the Sink!


Luca (he/him) is a junior majoring in Architectural Studies and Environmental Science. He's been an Eco Rep for the past two semesters and is thrilled to continue working under the new CORE Fellows program. In his free time, Luca can be found tending to his plants, feeding his fish, cooking, drawing, swimming or diving in the Tufts pool, and running through thought loops. His passion for sustainability is rooted in the natural and built environments, and he's interested in pursuing landscape architecture to engage in the environmental sphere in the future.


Kailani (she/her) is a junior from Northern New Jersey majoring in Anthropology and Environmental Studies. She is passionate about environmental justice and community engagement. In her free time, she loves crocheting, watching tv shows, and playing board games!


ShaSha (she/her) is a senior from Boise, ID majoring in Biology, Psychology, and Environmental Studies. She loves drawing/painting, making jewelry, thrifting, biking, petting every cute dog and cat she sees, and soaking up the sun. This year as a coordinator, ShaSha hopes to make sustainability more inclusive and accessible at Tufts and learn more about the intersections between identity and the environment.


Kalyani Lawrence (she/her) is from Rocky Hill, Connecticut majoring in Biology and Environmental Studies. She is a member of the softball team and in her free time she likes hiking, listening to records, and scuba diving. She is passionate about environmental justice and changing consumption culture, and she is excited to  be a part of the CORE Fellow community this year!


David Rivas (he/him) is a junior studying Political Science and minoring in Film and Media Studies. He has a passion for politics, movies, and helping others in whatever way he can. He also appreciates having conversations about almost anything. He is originally from Honduras and is excited to be a CORE Fellow this semester and promote sustainable efforts in the Tufts community, but also outside campus.


Elena Manson (she/her) is a sophomore from Xalapa, Mexico majoring in applied Environmental Studies and Civic Studies. In her free time, she loves doing yoga, gardening, spending time with her friends, meeting new people, reading, laying in the sun, traveling to new places and listening to 70's and 80’s music. This year, she is looking forward to fostering a culture of sustainability on campus, involving new groups in the conversation and focusing on environmental justice in our community.


Giavanna Magnoni (she/her) is a senior from Scottsdale, Arizona majoring in biomedical engineering, with her research focusing on plant based cellular agriculture. Outside of studies, Gia is part of the Women’s Rowing team, and she writes for the Palmier magazine. If you ever can’t find her, she is probably baking up a new recipe for her friends or simply basking in the sun. She is passionate about sustainability and is so excited to be a CORE Fellow!