Josie Amoo (she/her) is a current undergraduate sophomore Stanford student double majoring in Earth Systems and International Relations and minoring in African and African American studies. She is interested in the intersections of racial and social justice and climate change, as well as the impacts that the climate crisis has on public health, community organizing, and various ecosystems. Her upbringing in a rural community made her passionate about equity, especially in education, which motivated her to work with the Center for Teaching and Learning as a Peer Learning Consultant. On-campus, Josie is involved with ASSU, the Black Community Services Center, Black Student Union, the Haas Center for Public Service, and more. Off-campus, Josie works on numerous service projects in the Bay Area and is pursuing a Cardinal Quarter in Southern California this summer. In her free time, Josie enjoys connecting with her communities, being in nature, knitting, and weightlifting.