Yoni went to undergraduate school at Rollins College and graduated with a BA majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Business. While there, he was the columnist and business manager of the school newspaper, President of the Rollins Democrats, and started the Green Rollins Initiative. After Rollins College, he spent a summer volunteering in rural India. He then attended Boston University's graduate program and received a MA in Energy and Environmental Analysis.
Following his studies, Yoni was the Operations Coordinator at DailyFeats, a web startup committed in helping people do good in their everyday life. Currently he works in D.C. at Ashoka, a social entrepreneurship support network. He is also a fellow at the Clinton Global Initiative University and StartingBloc.
"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."
- Carl Sagan
Pam recently received her bachelor’s degree at Brown University, where she graduated with honors in geology-biology. For her senior thesis, she investigated the organic content of sediments to learn about East Asian climate over the past 300,000 years. She did field work in 2011 with the University of Minnesota in which she constructed geologic maps in the mountains of Montana. Her hobbies include writing music, painting, and exploring the outdoors.
Currently, Pam does climate-science laboratory work with Brown University’s Earth Systems History Department in Providence, Rhode Island.
"It took us so long to realize that a purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved."
- Kurt Vonnegut
Aarti graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Marketing and Management. Using this background, she has worked with companies ranging from charitable organizations to luxury consumer goods. Currently, she is transitioning these skills to work towards a long-time passion - environmental conservation. Her other interests include travel, rock climbing, yoga and her dog, Mowgli.
"Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson