Ny-Ann Nolasco

San Francisco, CA, USA
IAE 2015

How IAE Inspired Me:

The expedition gave me the ability to bridge conversations about climate change and other environmental issues with community members, private and public sector representatives. My work today requires the same set of skills -- translating various requirements, policy impacts, and bridging competing priorities.

What I am doing now:

Currently, I am conducting workshops on building personal branding within sustainability. My career is focused on working with Asia's largest companies as they comply, communicate, and market sustainability requirements.

Shaivya Singh Rathore

Shaivya Singh Rathore

Chennai, India
IAE 2016

I am a student and a part time public speaker. I spread the IAE mission and climate solutions through talks and workshops. I have delivered talks at 10 schools across 10 cities including a TEDx.

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Heather De Cruz-Cornaire

Heather De Cruz-Cornaire

London-Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
IAE 2017

Being able to access some landing bays on the Antarctic peninsula and to experience this pristine wilderness was such a visceral experience, I can still 'feel' it. I don't even need to close my eyes.

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Todd Latham

Todd Latham

Toronto, Canada
IAE 2011

IAE 2011 was a transformative, life-changing event for me. While I was already in the environmental industry and have been communicating on the protection of our environment since 1989, the journey with Robert and my cohort was affirmational and intensely rewarding.

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Mallika Arya

Mallika Arya

Delhi, India
IAE 2017

The highlight of the expedition for me was definitely meeting people from around the world who are working on a wide range of solutions.

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Rituraj Phukan

Rituraj Phukan

Nagaon, Assam, India
IAE 2013

I am often asked about my first impression of Antarctica and my answer is that even the remotest place on earth is not free from human influence; it comes from the sight of whale bones and parts of a whaling boat during our first landing at Trinity island. I learned that although Antarctica didn’t have any permanent or native human population, there were vestiges of human influence everywhere.

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