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Lasamee Kettavong  University of North Texas

Lasamee is a graduate student and teaching assistant at the University of North Texas, studying environmental philosophy. Like many of our EcoLeaders, Lasamee is passionate about sustainable living and inspiring environmental awareness. As stated in her Eco-Mission, “Living sustainably and working to promote awareness of environmental issues is fulfilling to me because I value the world and love the beauty and peace that one can find in nature. Environmental and social struggles are inseparable, which means this is important for each of us to consider and to change.” Lasamee currently serves as an NWF EcoLeader Fellow through which she is developing content for the EcoLeaders Career Center (look for her Career Sector Outlook on Environmental and Community Justice Jobs coming soon!). On a local level, Lasamee has become involved in the fracking ban enforced by her community in Denton, Texas – be sure to check out her blog post on fracking in North Texas on NWF’s Wildlife Promise

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