Senior Advisor of Strategic Partnerships , Re:wild Your Campus
Aliza is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in Human Geography and Society & Environment. While in school she conducted research about food systems in the United States prison system which continues to surround her advocacy for supporting marginalized communities. She has worked for environmental non-profits such as Global Green and Environmental Grantmakers Association and after graduating served as an Americorps member for a youth development non-profit in San Francisco. She lives in Hood River Oregon working in sustainable tourism and community development. Aliza is currently the Director of Partnerships for Herbicide-Free Campus, hoping to bridge university campaigns and related national and local groups to enhance student advocacy. She serves as a core member for the HFC team in helping with strategy, development, and fellowship guidance.