Spelman's Green Ambassadors
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Asia Mosee did not truly grasp the importance of environmental awareness and stewardship until the first month of her freshman year at Spelman College. After her first environmental science course – where she learned about environmental toxins – she realized the importance of environmental justice and stewardship.
Originally from the windy city of Chicago, Marlissa A. Stalling is a rising junior at Spelman College. As an aspiring student leader, one of the organizations Stalling chooses to place her voice, passion and concerns is the Environmental Task Force.
Kandyce Christine Perry is a third-year environmental science major at Spelman College in Atlanta hailing from the west side of Detroit. She is interested in environmental topics that include but are not limited to green technology, renewable energy, sustainability, recycling, water conservation and green jobs.
Jainaba Fye is a rising sophomore at Spelman College where she is studying International Studies and Economics. Jainaba is passionate about the environment, politics, and women's rights issues.