Eliza Harrison is recent graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.S. degree in Environmental Health Science from the Gillings School of Global Health. Notwithstanding her evolving career aspirations, she is determined to devote her intellectual and creative capabilities toward mitigating the effects of climate change. Whether through public health, marine science, or ecosystem economics, she aspires to serve an institution or organization that will help shift global society towards a more sustainable future. Separate from her academic studies, she has spent the last fifteen months working for Ocean Rainforest – the largest seaweed harvesting and processing organization in the Western Hemisphere. As the natural landscape allows, Eliza also enjoys telemark skiing, whitewater kayaking, and backpacking.