Episode 44: What It’s Like To Work as a Latina In the Environmental Justice Space, with Phoebe Romero
On Episode 44, Phoebe Romero shares her experiences working within the environmental justice space!
Are you passionate about climate change and interested in using your career path to literally make the world a better place? Then you can’t miss Phoebe Romero’s story – Phoebe is a “fronterista” – a woman who grew up on the Texas-Mexico border and made her way to Brown University in Rhode Island.
Have you ever thought about finding a job within the environmental justice space, but didn’t know where to begin? This is the perfect primer episode for you!
What you’ll learn from this episode:
How Phoebe got involved with environmental justice and climate change issues
The different types of jobs that exist in both private and public sector within climate change work
How Phoebe stepped into a historic freeze and crisis moment as Environmental Program Coordinator in Austin, Texas
What it takes to break into the environmental justice space and what it’s like as a BIPOC
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Full Episode Transcript:
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