Caribbean Regional Representative, Sustainable Ocean Alliance
Trinidad and Tobago
Khadija Stewart is a young enthusiastic environmentalist from Trinidad and Tobago, passionate about inspiring behaviour change through knowledge sharing and innovative storytelling. She holds a BSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Management, an MSc in Sustainable Development with Management Studies and a 2nd MSc in Climate Change and Development from SOAS University of London. Throughout her environmental journey, she has participated in several UN Conferences, Our Ocean Conferences, the Peace Boat Ocean and Climate Youth Ambassador Program as well as the Peace Boat US Youth for the SDG's Scholar Program. Presently, she is the founder of Ecovybz Environmental Creatives a company focused on educating the public through environmental content creation and powerful storytelling initiatives focused on Climate Change, Ocean Conservation and Water Resources. At the core of my work is the youth and equipping them with the knowledge to be effective agents of change. She is also the host of the EcoVybz Podcast and the Caribbean Regional Representative for Sustainable Ocean Alliance with the Deep Sea Mining portfolio. Some of the projects under her belt include the Caribbean Ocean Perspectives Project, Thinking Beyond the Tides Capacity building workshop, The Deep Sea Youth Symposium, The Caribbean Youth Against Seabed Mining Project and The Synthetic Sea Project.