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Jocelin Gregorio

Partnerships Fellow

Jocelin (She/Her/Ella) is a Guatemalan-American climate scientist, born and raised in San Jose, California. An alumna of the KIPP Public Charter Network and Lehigh University, she was a 2017-2019 Latinos in Technology Scholar and a 2020 Senior Fellow through the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley's Board Leadership Academy, focusing on non-profit board governance and strategic fundraising.

Jocelin thrives at the intersection of climate science, policy, and social entrepreneurship. She currently works with GreenLatinos on their Latinx Green New Deal-Latino Climate Justice Framework (LCJF), is an inaugural Indigenous Youth Climate Resiliency Public Policy Fellow with the American Sustainable Business Network and Businesses for Conservation and Climate Action. She is also a 2024 Idealist Action Incubator Fellow, where she is currently working on a social impact business venture to funnel underrepresented professionals into the climate science and tech fields.

While at Lehigh University, Jocelin obtained a Bachelor’s in Earth and Environmental Sciences and a minor in Latin American and Latino Studies. Her studies focused on Sustainable Development of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), natural resource conservation, and environmental indigenous studies.

At Lehigh, Jocelin was a recipient of the Lee Iacocca Fellowship Program where she conducted rainforest conservation research in Costa Rica. She interned with the State Department working on international environmental, water, and climate change policy for Mexico, and was Co-founder of Lehigh F1RST, a grassroots student organization that advocated for educational, professional, and socio-emotional resources for first-generation students.

Jocelin Gregorio
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