Adriana Laurent

Adriana (she/her) is originally from Honduras, in Central America and is a queer, mixed race (half Black/half white) immigrant who is passionate about social justice, climate change, migration and food security. She’s been on the unceded lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh (Vancouver, Canada) for about 6 years now. She’s been an active member of the climate, youth and racial justice organizing community at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver for several years. She was a member of the City of Vancouver Climate and Equity working group, a participant at the Youth Level Policy Programme by the Vancouver Foundation and is currently a member of the Climate Solutions Council for the Government of British Columbia. She’s also an organizer with Black Lives Matter Vancouver. She’s a co-founder of the UBC Climate Hub and currently works as their Projects Administrator and graduated last year from the Faculty of Land and Food Systems with honours.