Hello everyone! My name is Meg Bender-Stephanski (she/they) and I am a recent graduate from the University of Portland, where I received a B.A. in Environmental Ethics and Policy, with minors in Social Justice and Theology. I am incredibly passionate about environmental justice and disability justice. I am currently also working as an AmeriCorps member with the organization College Possible in Portland. In my free time I love to hike, cook, watch movies, and spend time with my family and friends. I am so excited to work with EcoFaith Recovery and the Eloheh Center, deepening my relationship with the environment, with my spirituality, and getting to better know and support these communities.

Current Engagement with The Practices

I am passionate about centering frontline communities, focusing on intersectionality, and working toward community-based solutions to climate change. I am interested in policy analysis and environmental justice centered work and have work and course related experience in both fields. I have taken courses related to environmental policy, American public policy, climate change economics, environmental history, sustainability, and transnational policy analysis, to name a few areas. 

Internship Focus

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