Water Challenge Manager
Throughout Porsche’s career she has worked with school districts, non-profits, and corporations across the U.S. and Canada with implementing community-based environmental projects. Porsche was born and raised in Michigan where she became passionate about environment protection and at a very young age she recognized the environmental injustice conditions within her community. She received her Bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy and Analysis from Bowling Green State University and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Prior to joining EarthEcho International, Porsche served as an AmeriCorps Green School Coordinator in Detroit, MI where she educated 6th-12th grade students on waste management, water quality, energy, and gardening. She was also a Program Manager for Earth Force and gained international experience working with community partners and students with implementing community-based projects. Porsche strives to have a positive impact and influence change within the communities she serves. As the EarthEcho International’s Water Challenge Manager, she plans to reach youth globally and educate them on water quality and protection. Her goal is to create an open and inclusive learning environment for partners and students to share their ideas, gather water quality data, and identify sustainable solutions.