Kari Fulton is an award-winning Environmental and Climate Justice, organizer, writer, and historian. She has worked with various domestic and global coalitions to coordinate campaigns and national conferences including Power Shift, the largest youth climate summits in the United States and the People’s Climate March. Fulton has trained and engaged students and communities on Climate and Environmental Justice across the United States. She has traveled to Europe, Latin America and South Africa attending and reporting on international environmental conferences. Fulton supports local community organizations to develop strategies for stronger public health, community empowerment, and environmental policies. Fulton also has over five years of experience as a professional tour guide of Washington, DC and has developed community and theme based tours for corporations, universities, and community organizations. Her work has been featured in various media including Black Entertainment Television (BET), Teen Vogue, Essence Magazine, and Chinese Cable Television America (CCTV). Fulton is also a mother, a bike enthusiast, and a graduate of Howard University.