Lois is passionate about accessible digital communication, gender equality, LGBTQIA rights, and environmental justice. She has a background in media and film making for social justice issues, campaigning, and content creation for women’s rights, equity for BIPOC communities, and youth climate movement. She is passionate about intersectionality and equity, specialising in working with underrepresented communities, sharing their stories, and campaigning for systemic change surrounding issues that disproportionately impact them, specifically working within the environmental movement to change the narrative around who can enter those spaces and equal access to land.
Lois studied Environmental Conservation & Ecology at Nottingham Trent University and completed a Masters degree in Media Practice for Development and Social Change at Sussex University. In her spare time, Lois runs a community group called Solidaritree, a creative environmental space run by women of colour. She supports other small nonprofits with website development, content creation and promotional films.
Lois is excited to be a part of the movement, working to change the narrative around who is a Trustee and creating content that represents the diversity within the movement.