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Judith Santano (BS '19)

December 3, 2018

Judith is a Senior in the Biosphere track and would describe herself as a real terrestrial ecosystem kind of gal. Throughout her time at Stanford, she has found a home in the First Gen/Low Income community through her work with the Leland Scholars Program, and involvement with the Diversity and First Generation office. Throughout her career at Stanford, Judith has discovered how passionate she is about environmental education and environmental justice. Her work often focuses on how to advocate for first gen, low income students of color, and how to promote diversity within Earth Systems and environmental science in general. Judith loves to give back to the communities who have shaped her into the person that she is today. This past summer Judith spent her time snorkeling and scuba diving in Mo’orea, French Polynesia. This terrestrial-ecosystem-kind-of-gal is confused about how much she loves the ocean and what she’s going to do with her life. Whatever she does, she wants to make sure that she combines her love for the earth, and her love for the communities she comes from to make the environment more accessible and to save the world.