My name is Devon Wolfe and I am a current intern for the Norwalk River Watershed Association/Pollinator Pathways Northeast. I am a Darien native who loves the outdoors. I graduated from Greens Farms Academy with a concentration in global studies, and I attend Claremont McKenna College in California where I am majoring in economics and minoring in gender studies.
On campus I am captain of the women’s tennis team, serve as a first year guide to incoming students, and as a research analyst for the financial economics institute.
I am passionate about sustainability and spend my time reading about low-carbon and efficient infrastructure, hydroelectric fuel cells, wildlife protection, and equal access to clean water. I am beyond grateful to be working with the NRWA and Pollinator pathways who are transforming our communities, and my current project entails outlining key 2021 policy legislation regarding toxic chemicals and land conservation.