Katelyn is currently a rising high school senior and is passionate in neuroscience specifically in how the brain changes due to various environmental climates and factors. Katelyn also loves to play tennis and in her free time likes to read historical fiction books.
Why Kids Fight Climate Change?
I joined Kids Fight Climate Change because I find that it's super important to educate students in order to relay the importance of the causes and effects of global warming. I believe that education is one of the most vital resources we must provide and this is a means in which I can make an impact within the world. Additionally, I’m very interested in researching and learning more about how the environment and climate change are influencing the brain.