350 UNCW is a student-led organization that thrives thanks to our dedicated members and leaders. We are always growing. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join our team of volunteers!
Isabelle Chan is an Environmental Science major with minors in nonprofit management, biology, and geospatial technologies. She loves to travel and spend time outdoors. Her research interests consist of researching climate change in the most vulnerable areas of the globe, such as the arctic, and influencing both local and international environmental policy. As the current President for 350 UNCW, she hopes to increase sustainable practices and climate change awareness on her campus.
Bennett Winslow is a senior at UNCW set to graduate in December 2019 with a Bachelors of Arts in Physics and a minor in Environmental Sciences. Originally from Yadkinville, NC, his passion for environmental issues grew out of time spent there in the mountains. Bennett previously served as a Senator and Sustainability chair in the Student Government Association prior to jumping on as Vice President for 350 UNCW. Bennett firmly believes that the climate crisis is the central issue of our time and is excited for the waves that this organization is going to make!
Christian Jones is a student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Statistics. He loves being a goofball with his friends and family and enjoys being with the people he loves. He joined 350 UNCW as the Treasurer because he has an everlasting love for the environment and wants to do anything he can to preserve it not just for his generation, but for the generations to come.
Julia Singer is a senior Marine Biology major with a concentration in Conservation and a minor in Sustainability. She knew from a young age that she wanted to work with conservation and environmental science, but was inspired to act now after participating in coral reef research in Belize and Australia and seeing the degradation that has already occurred. She joined the 350 UNCW team as their secretary because she wants to learn more about policy change in the University sector prior to attending law school for a JD in environmental law. She hopes to eventually work with a government agency focusing on by-catch reduction or marine pollution.
Zachery Tyson is a senior at UNCW and is majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Public Administration. Zach is originally from Fayetteville, NC where he graduated with an Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice Technology from FTCC. In addition to serving as the Communications Director for 350 UNCW, he is also apart of GIVE Volunteers, Plastic Ocean Project, and Surfrider. Zach was a Sustainability Co Chair and Senator in UNCW’s Student Government Association. Other than delving into the sustainability world, Zach spends his time volunteering with Plastic Ocean Project and Habitat for Humanity. Zach’s love for sustainability and minimalism started with seeing his efforts blossom beside other like minded individuals.