Cassandra Breeze Ceballos serves as Program Coordinator for Climate Interactive’s Multisolving program. Multisolving emphasizes thoughtful climate solutions that give rise to multiple benefits in health, resilience, and well-being, while also ensuring more equitable distribution of those benefits. Cassandra provides research, communications, and administrative support.
Cassandra attended the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia on a full merit scholarship. A proud first-generation college student, Cassandra graduated in 2017 with a dual-major in Economics and Sociology. Prior to joining Climate Interactive, Cassandra worked to increase representation of young adults of color within conservation corps through The Corps Network’s Moving Forward Initiative before transitioning to serve as a Crew Leader for opportunity youth at the Montgomery County Conservation Corps.
Born and raised on the island of St. Croix, in the US Virgin Islands, Cassandra is passionate about advocating for justice and equity within and across the environmental field. Cassandra lives with a cat, Nutmeg, in Richmond, Virginia, and enjoys local music, reading, cooking, and visiting their family and three dogs on St. Croix during the winter when everyone else is very cold.