Duffy-Marie Arnoult is the Southeastern Climate Justice Organizer. She is a trained Climate Reality Leader, mentor and co-founder of the Memphis and Mid-South Chapter, working closely with Memphis Community Against the Pipeline - MCAP, Protect Our Aquifer, Sierra Club and all coalition partners who stopped the Byhalia Pipeline. As a volunteer, she worked to build coalition locally and regionally in the climate and environmental justice space, including the intersection of transit, economic, and racial equity. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame where she earned a B.F.A., completed the Sustainable Design Entrepreneurship Certificate from FIT NY and completed the Laudato Si Movement Animator training inspired by Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment and climate change. Her professional background ranges from a career in high profile photography — in New York and Los Angeles — to non-profit photography with Girls Inc. National, empowering young women to be Strong Smart and Bold, and The Jane Goodall Institute, globally improving the lives of people, animals, and the environment. Most recently, she worked with Arnoult & Associates Inc., consultants to the non-profit sector, where she supported project planning for the Dorothy Day House, helping families stay together as they transition out of homelessness.