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Kayla Hickman

Biographical Info

Kayla began her academic career at George Mason University in 2014, with the goal of gaining a multidisciplinary look at global environmental issues. Being a Northern Virginia native, naturally her love for the environment stems from spending most of her summers on the Potomac River. With her passion for nature in mind, she decided to study Environmental and Sustainability Studies with a concentration in public policy. Living near DC her whole life, Kayla lives and breaths politics. In her free time, she remains politically active by contacting senators, attending town halls, and participating in marches. It is her goal after college to remain a sustainability advocate in her professional, political, and personal life.

While at GMU, Kayla spent a semester at the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation as a resident advisor to gain hands on conservation experience. In 2017, she joined the Office of Sustainability as a part time intern to assist with University’s STARS report, improve waste diversion campus wide, and improve waste tracking and data collection. Kayla received in Bachelors of Arts in spring of 2017 from GMU.

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