2023 Summer Intern
Name: Ari Wolf
Education: University of Oregon–M.S. in Conflict Resolution, concentration in Environmental Justice, projected 2024. M.A. in English, University of Rochester. B.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies, Willamette University.
Favorite Place to Visit: The Wilds of Alaska!
Favorite Part about Working at Crag: The opportunity to make a contribution to the enforcement of an equitable model of environmental justice in my own community.
Favorite Place to be in Nature: Swimming in the ocean.
Book I am Currently Recommending: Care Work by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha. Also Ethical Loneliness by Jill Stauffer.
What are your EJ Professional Interests: Nonprofit Development & Fundraising, Coalition Building & Relational Work, Access in the broadest sense, Accessibility & Human Sustainability.
This Summer, I am Pondering: How to overcome barriers to inclusion for my crip and mad (disabled and neurodivergent) communities within the environmental justice movement, by exploring frameworks rooted in healing justice and historical ecofeminism. How to build relationships that sustain us and outlast us.