Alyssa Harrynanan is a paralegal supporting CLF’s Climate Accountability Initiative. She grew up in New York, where she attended Union College and received her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy with a minor in Anthropology. While there, she wrote her senior thesis on FEMA housing recovery efforts regarding vulnerable populations after Hurricane Katrina and Ida. She also completed a podcast on issues of diversity in the Adirondacks through a Kelly Adirondack Center Fellowship. Alyssa is passionate about environmental justice and hopes to work to ensure that those who are disproportionately affected by environmental issues have the voice and opportunity to advocate for themselves and a healthier environment. In her spare time, Alyssa likes to dance and listen to music, paint, and read.
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