About Me

Hi, I’m Jones (she/her/hers) and I write about social change and the actions we can take as everyday people to change our world for the better. I help people explore where they fit into our modern day challenges of the climate crisis, social inequality, and animal exploitation, and what they can do to make a difference. I’m here to break big ideas into digestible and actionable takeaways.

I grew up in a US military family stationed in Germany for almost my entire life. My early exposure to frequent travel and other cultures gave me a strong feeling of universal responsibility for people, animals, and our planet. After graduating in May 2019 from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, with a degree in Environmental Studies and International Studies, I moved to Philadelphia, where I have continued to learn and grow as an activist primarily focused on sustainability and animal rights.

I am currently participating in a 16-week fellowship at The Humane League, where I am analyzing social media analytics and preparing a report on best practices in social media for animal rights organizations.

Please feel free to reach out with questions, thoughts, or comments. I am always looking to connect with like-minded people!