Selene Gonzalez Carrillo holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Knox College and has worked on various environmental education issues for almost 10 years. When she lived in Chicago she worked on improving the amount of green space, and creating urban gardens in the local Mexican community through participatory means while at LVEJO. During her time at for Statistics for Action, Selene helped various communities across the United States improve their understanding of the mathematics and science found in scientific reporting.
She is currently living in Mexico, working in solidarity with others to encourage sustainable solutions through the collective, Ecotapatio, as well as working to complete her Master’s Degree in Environmental Education at the University of Guadalajara. She is very happy to contribute to The Pollination Project’s goals.