Hey! I'm Sienna and I'm an Environmental Policy major with Spanish and Environmental Science minors. My love for the natural world is what drew me to IES when I first came to Loyola, but it was through the SEA and IES communities that I found my proclivity for environmental justice work. I have learned so much from the classes I've taken and from the people I've learned side by side with. Now, as secretary for SEA, I hope to continue the legacy of knowledge-sharing and fostering a space to grow for members, as well as maintaining strong communication between Eboard and SEA members. Loyola's commitment to creating community is not just an advertisement--it's what makes the students, especially in IES, such a tight-knit, powerful group that brings about real change on our campus and beyond. I want to be a resource for all members of SEA and the IES, so don't ever hesitate to reach out with questions!
I love traveling, thrift shopping, and reading. I volunteer with the Rohingya Culture Center, the Cook County Forest Preserve, and I was an urban agriculture intern over the summer. I studied abroad in Vietnam and Belize (j-term), and during Summer 2017 I was a LUROP research fellow under Dr. Tania Schusler.