Yuwa Vosper is WE ACT for Environmental Justice’s Policy & Regulatory Manager working to influence executive, legislative, and regulatory agency actions and educate key stakeholders on matters that support reforms in toxic, climate education, and federal investments in electrification. She is a graduate of Fordham Law School, holds a Master of Science in Human Ecology with a graduate minor in Linguistics from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Loyola University New Orleans. Yuwa was selected to intern at the United Nations for a year while in law school. During this time, she began learning about the Sustainable Development Goals, which began her interest in environmental advocacy. From there, she worked on a consumer campaign that highlighted the dangers, including health hazards, of purchasing counterfeit products. Continuing her advocacy work, she also worked with Hechos Por Nosotros on U.N. side level events that called attention to human rights issues, transparency in the supply chain, and preserving environmental resources while promoting sustainable fashion within the fashion industry.