Amanda Zerbe, from Woodside, California, is pursuing a master’s degree in environment and resources at Stanford School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences, and a JD at Stanford Law School. She graduated from Stanford with bachelor’s degrees in earth systems and international relations. As a research consultant for UN Global Pulse, an innovation initiative of the United Nations, she managed the Data for Climate Action challenge, and attended the United Nations climate change conferences in Paris and Bonn. Amanda was also a consultant for the Flora Family Foundation. At Stanford, she interned at NOAA Fisheries and the Micheli marine ecology lab, and was a summer fellow at the National Audubon Society. She also served as co-editor-in-chief of Intersect, Stanford’s journal of science, technology, and society, and was a co-founder and vice president of the Stanford Ocean Group.