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!
Kaiti Sheehan is a senior double majoring in Marine Biology and Environmental Science with a minor in Non-profit Management. She has a strong passion for ocean conservation, specifically targeting threatened and endangered species that the public is generally apathetic towards, with a special interest in Elasmobranchs. Kaiti originally found her love for the ocean while working on REEF surveys studying biodiversity of the coast of seven islands in the Caribbean. As Secretary of 350 UNCW, Kaiti hopes to make a lasting impact on a community she has called home for four years, and feels that divesting UNCW is taking a step in the right direction. Her goals in the future are set towards environmental policy work where she hopes to invoke large scale change one law at a time.