Welcome to the Seattle Chapter page!
Seattle EcoWomen helps you lead your best life and be part of a community that cares about the environment. We help you learn and grow professionally and personally, while giving you the skills, resources, and connections to advance your career and help you make a difference.
We are committed to creating a just and equal world by empowering women to be leaders in their professions and stewards of the environment. We value meaningful connections within a diverse and inclusive community to cultivate a more respectful and nurturing society. We believe in exhibiting excellence in all that we do.
To inspire and empower women to become leaders for the environmental community through educational and professional development opportunities.
EcoWomen is committed to creating a just and equal world by empowering women to be leaders in their professions and stewards of the environment.
We value meaningful connections within a diverse and inclusive community to cultivate a more respectful and nurturing society.
We believe in exhibiting excellence in all that we do.
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Monetary Donations: Donate through PayPal Giving Fund! On the drop down menu that says "Use this donation for", be sure to select "Seattle Chapter."
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AmazonSmile Donation: Shop through our special Amazon link and a percentage of your total purchase will be donated to EcoWomen, at no cost to you!
Meet the Seattle Chapter Board
Alex joined EcoWomen in January 2020. She received a BS in Environmental Studies from Portland State University and went on to get her Masters in Public Administration with a focus on Environmental Policy at UW. She has been working for the Peace Corps for the last five years as a Placement Specialist. Before that, she served as a Volunteer in Ecuador focusing on Community Development and Environmental Education. In her free time, she enjoys trying to learn aerial silks, camping, and making recycled wallets.
Micaela has a background in climate policy and environmental writing. Working at the intersection of communication and research, Micaela’s passion is to translate environmental concepts into action-oriented equitable strategies. She currently works as a research associate for Ross Strategic. Out of the office, you can find Micaela rock-climbing, hiking, searching for sunshine, exploring botanical gardens, and looking for the best chocolate croissant in Seattle.
Katrina has a background in oceanography and environmental policy. She is passionate about systemic change, environmental justice, and bridging connections with communities about science, policy, and the environment. She currently works as the Monitoring Network Coordinator for the Puget Sound Partnership and PSEMP. When she is not working, she can be found going for long runs, baking, bouldering, or falling in love with any fluffy animal.