EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador
Caroline Lew is a senior at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda, Maryland. At a young age, she realized that taking care of the environment and animals were important. Because the Earth is our only home, she is passionate about maintaining the quality of water since the Earth is already experiencing the severe impacts of global warming and climate change. The quality of water also matters to her because when the water is polluted and contaminated, it affects the coastal and ocean ecosystem and endangers many animals along with their habitats. Caroline wants to continue taking action and inspire others to do the same in order to prevent the Earth from deteriorating, to make a difference in the world, and to ensure that we reach a more sustainable future.
She is a member of her school’s Go Green Club, which advocates for people to conserve energy, promotes reducing, reusing, and recycling, and organizes different activities to help make the area a safer place for people and animals. Additionally, she is the vice president of her school’s Spanish Honor Society, a member of the National Honor Society, and a member of her school’s Best Buddies Club. She is also a member of her school’s Operation Smile Club, which helps provide funding for essential surgeries to children who have cleft lip and cleft palate. Furthermore, Caroline loves giving back to the community by working with her school’s Bake With Kindness Club, which bakes food for first responders and people who have been adversely affected by the pandemic.
Caroline enjoys working with others because she believes that when people work together, everyone is involved and contributes to the greater good. She is honored to be selected as an EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassador and is excited to work with other ambassadors to protect and improve the quality of water worldwide.