(She/Her) Krys White is the director of engagement for The Climate Reality Project, where she oversees advocacy and outreach strategy for more than 45,000 Climate Reality Leaders. She is a political strategist, an equitable policy consultant, and an environmental justice activist. Krys is a graduate of Howard University, receiving a BA in communication and culture with a specialization in legal communications and a minor in political science. She is a board member of the Virginia Land Conservation Foundation, the c4 president of Our Climate, and a former Greater Washington Urban League board member. She is also a co-founder of Black Millennials 4 Flint. Krys previously served as a state director for a United States presidential campaign and served as the national Black youth vote manager for NextGen America. She worked as a political research strategist at the House Majority PAC during the 2018 election cycle. Her work and opinions have been featured on CBC News, BET News, MTV News, TheGrio, and C-SPAN. In her leisure time, she enjoys cooking with her son, and spends much of her free time advocating for equitable resources for Black and brown communities to amplify civil rights voices and highlight awareness of environmental justice issues.