Sadie is a rising senior double majoring in biology and geography -- with a concentration in GIS or geospatial analysis. Her goal is to work with marginalized communities to help protect the most vulnerable members of our global community from the worst impacts of climate change. When Sadie's not in class, she is busy running the Botanical Society club on campus or helping run the Model United Nations team. Outside of school, Sadie works with a local non-profit that provides affordable housing to low income families and as a tour guide for Clark's admissions team. She is currently working on her honors thesis on deforestation and spent the last year working with the Department of Conservation and Recreation for Massachusetts on urban forestry program for low income cities through one of Clark's on campus forestry research labs. As you can tell, Sadie knows a lot -- probably too much -- about trees. She can't wait to hear all of your incredible ideas, solutions and discussions at ClarkMUN 2020!