Marti Uceda is a freshmen at the University of Houston. He is currently majoring in business with an interest in marketing. He’s eager to start his position and help people understand the planet’s environmental condition.
Once he graduates, Marti hopes to travel abroad and gain experience and knowledge about foreign country’s cultures and languages. He eventually hopes to get into international marketing where he will travel even more.
When Marti is out of school his interests include playing League of Legends and watching anime. He also enjoys traveling and trying new things.
Sophia Primera is a junior at the University of Houston Main Campus and is studying Media Production and minoring in Marketing. She is excited to incorporate her passion for media and film into her love for the environment.
Sophia is the Spring 2021 Communications and Marketing Intern and is excited to learn more about the environment and what CEC does for Houston.
Outside of school, Sophia loves watching movies, going thrifting, reading books, being creative through her passion for photography and videography, and spending time with her friends. After graduation, she hopes to get into the film industry.
Sophia can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Weaver is a junior at Rice University studying Social Policy Analysis, with a focus on Environmental Studies. She is interested in the way that communities exist with and are affected by the environment, and the way that policy can address issues related to environmental justice. She enjoys taking a variety of classes focusing on sociology, anthropology, environmental science, and research methods. At Rice, she works on research projects at the intersection of environment and social justice.
Outside of school, Emily loves cooking, working at Rice’s student-run coffee shop, spending time outside, watching movies, reading a variety of books, and spending time with her roommates (including 2 cats). After graduation, she hopes to attend graduate school in the field of environmental studies.