Isabel Hope is an 18-year-old student activist from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She is currently attending The University of Alabama and trying to save the South from the climate crisis. Isabel is passionate about justice, cats, and getting young people involved in politics. She is proudly autistic.
Amari Crittenden (she/her/hers) is an eco-conscious Montgomery native. Currently serving as a member of the Sierra Club’s National Climate Emergency Mobilization Team, Amari centers her work on intersectional environmentalism; she dreams of mitigating the disproportionate impacts of environmental harms on all communities through advocacy and innovation.
Co-Founder/Social Media Director
Jennifer Stroud is 18 years old and a freshman at the University of Alabama, majoring in Creative Media. In her free time, she loves painting, thrifting, baking, and curating spotify playlists. She hopes to encourage others to speak out about climate justice through AL on Fire.