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Cecily Montgomery

Cecily is a summer intern for the marketing and communications department. Her work includes brainstorming social media ideas with the team and writing blogs for the Pachamama Alliance website. She was drawn to Pachamama Alliance after taking a gap year in Ecuador between high school and college. There, she lived with a host family, worked on a chocolate farm, taught at an elementary school, and traveled the country. After this experience she wanted to stay connected to Ecuador as well as work with human and environmental rights, which is how she found the Pachamama Alliance. In fall, 2015, Cecily will enter her sophomore year at Tulane University where she is majoring in political science and international development and minoring in Spanish. After graduating she hopes to work for an organization that will give her the opportunity to travel back to Latin America. In her spare time Cecily enjoys running, geocashing, and baking. She is also a member of the Tulane quidditch team.


Our Global Water Supply: How to Conserve Earth’s Most Valuable Resource

Hospital Farms: How Medical Institutions are Striving to Change Our Relationship with Food

Not Your Average Solar Panel: How Innovators are Developing Creative Ways to Harness Energy

New Moon Action: Try a Plant-Based Diet for the Planet

Downsizing and Focusing on What Matters Most

Once in a Blue Moon: A Rare Chance to Connect with the Complexity of the Cosmos

Is Recycling Enough? The Cradle-to-Cradle Approach to Our Cradle-to-Grave Economy

The Tiny House Movement—When Is Bigger No Longer Better?

How to Nurture Your Child's Connection to the Earth through Art

World Population Day: How to Live Sustainably with 7 Billion People

Meteor Watch Day: The Science and Legends Surrounding Shooting Stars

G7 Countries Agree to Phase out Fossil Fuels by 2100: Is That Too Late?

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