As a Civicspark fellow at Sierra Business Council, Tallulah works with Amador County to help the county reduce emissions and save on energy bills. She also assists in research and outreach for Sierra CAMP.
Tallulah attended Grinnell College, where she double-majored in Economics and Biology. She chose these majors in order to understand environmental issues from two angles and focused her coursework on ecology and resource economics. Her final research project used game theory models to describe deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.
Tallulah grew up in San Francisco and Oakland. She also lived in the mountains in Costa Rica for a year in elementary school, where her love for nature began. Growing up, Tallulah visited the Sierra Nevada occasionally to ski, and more frequently to backpack. In her free time, she loves to dance, hike, and draw.