Founder, Director, Writer
Ajani Stella is a 13-year-old climate activist living in New York City. He has spoken to the Teacher's Pension Fund Board of Directors with 350.org, urging them to divest their funds from fossil fuels; has encouraged youth to be activists; has been interviewed at the Ethical Culture Society; and was a featured youth activist on the French and German television program ARTE. With the Human Impacts Institute, Ajani was part of the film "Think Like A Kid," where he interviewed climate leaders. Now, he is part of the Youth Advisory Committee for the Human Impacts Institute. Ajani attends Hunter College High School and runs Kids Fight Climate Change.
Game Developer, Funder, Advisor
Nita Stella works as Vice President of Product Development at a company that enables virtual doctor visits. She works on developing and. implementing new product strategies. The. company is inherently green because it limits greenhouse gas emissions from people driving to the doctor's office. At Kids Fight Climate Change, Nita funds and advises, and she is working with Ajani on game development.
Director of Media Outreach, Senior Advisor
William Tang is a friend of Ajani Stella. He manages the social media presence of Kids Fight Climate Change and does research regarding climate change. He has participated in numerous climate rallies, including the September 2019 rally in New York City, and the rally in March 2019. He encourages youth to speak out and promotes youth influence on the future. He is 14 years old and currently attends Stuyvesant High School.