Mariana Lo is a litigation assistant with the Northeast regional office in New York, NY.
Mariana joined Earthjustice from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, where she received the Yale President’s Public Service Fellowship. While obtaining her Master of Environmental Management, she worked with the Urban Resources Initiative, supervising a team of six ex-offenders planting trees throughout New Haven.
Before graduate school, Mariana worked for three years with AmeriCorps, first as an educational aide in a Chicago high school, where she mentored students, co-taught a web-based Chinese language course, and provided piano accompaniment for the choir, and then as a caretaker at Bethlehem Farm, a nonprofit, intentional community and rural homestead, where she served in a variety of roles, including sustainability coordinator.
Mariana graduated with honors from the University of Chicago, with a major in linguistics and minor in East Asian studies. She is originally from the suburbs of the San Francisco Bay Area.
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