On Episode 44, Phoebe Romero shares her experiences working within the environmental justice space!

44. What It’s Like To Work as a Latina In Climate Change, with Phoebe Romero

Are you passionate about climate change and interested in using your career path to literally make the world a better place? Then you can’t miss Phoebe Romero’s story – Phoebe is a “fronterista” – a woman who grew up on the Texas-Mexico border and made her way to Brown University in Rhode Island.

Have you ever thought about finding a job within the environmental justice space, but didn’t know where to begin? This is the perfect primer episode for you!

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  • How Phoebe got involved with environmental justice and climate change issues 

  • The different types of jobs that exist in both private and public sector within climate change work

  • How Phoebe stepped into a historic freeze and crisis moment as Environmental Program Coordinator in Austin, Texas

  • What it takes to break into the environmental justice space and what it’s like as a BIPOC 

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Full Episode Transcript:

 

Outro:

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