Breanna Rose is a student at the University of Vermont and is pursuing a Master in Leadership for Sustainability. Born and raised in Maui, Hawai'i, Breanna is passionate about environmental stewardship and supporting healthy communities. She has a background in sustainability policy and network-based initiatives for systems-level change. Breanna has collaborated on Hawai’i’s Aloha+ Challenge to advance local action to meet the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, Volunteer Week Hawai’i to connect thousands of community-based volunteers, and international partnerships for island conservation and sustainability. Breanna's studies are focused on the intersection of the environment, education, and wellness to contribute to a thriving Island Earth for generations to come.
The NSHSS Nobel Good Earth Sustainability Scholarship honors the high school and college students, all levels, with a dedicated passion for conservation, sustainability, environmental policy, or preservation for the Earth.