Sophia Wilmore

Science Communicator

Sophia (she/they), a dedicated Science Communicator at Sustainable Conservation since 2023, possesses a rich history of engagement with impactful organizations. From Aquaponics Manager to Seabird Biologist, from Sustainable Food Systems Researcher to Food Justice Program Analyst, and even as a Emergency Room Aide, Sophia’s journey underscores their commitment to understanding the intricate interplay between human and environmental health.

At the heart of Sophia’s mission lies the belief that engaging dialogues on sustainability and community resilience catalyze tangible positive change. Recognizing the power of storytelling, Sophia champions narratives that amplify individuals and communities. With climate change touching us all, Sophia advocates for inclusive storytelling that brings diverse voices to the forefront of conversations about our shared past, present, and future. Embracing the wisdom of the past, addressing present needs, and fostering hope for a sustainable future form the cornerstone of Sophia’s approach.

Beyond their professional pursuits, Sophia is an lover of creative writing, poetry, painting, and upcycling, all of which reflect their passion for communication and sustainability.

Sophia’s alma matter includes the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management.

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