Ariane Mohr-Felsen is a graduate student at the University of Arizona, pursuing a degree in Environmental Learning. She is most interested in youth and community engagement around resilience and climate change and how we might be galvanized to imagine and create better, more just, and equitable worlds for all.
Ariane currently coordinates communication for centers implementing Earth Education programs around the world. Additionally, she teaches and oversees a rainwater harvesting project, working with middle school students and community members to install a cistern to better meet neighborhood water needs. Prior to attending graduate school, she worked as an educator. She has taught in the classroom and co-directed a summer camp in southern Arizona, led backpacking trips in Wyoming and the southwest, and instructed field courses in southern Africa.
Ariane has studied in Germany, South Africa, and California. She received her B.A. in Environmental Analysis from the Scripps College.
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