A recent graduate of a small, interdisciplinary liberal arts university in Squamish, British Columbia, Elijah has worked as a researcher, writer, and organizer on a range of justice and sustainability projects. In university, he edited the student paper, organized for more meaningful student governance, and published original research on community-based conservation. Prior to joining CSE, Elijah has also worked as a writing tutor, a food-resiliency coordinator with the city of Anchorage, and a construction apprentice in Portland, Oregon. Elijah finished an internship working with CSE's Wild and Working Forest program and is now working as a grassroots organizer in Portland around fossil fuel infrastructure and climate justice issues. He’s grateful to be back home, reconnecting with his city through its inspiring climate justice movement.