Nakasi is a young, black, Guyanese woman who is deeply passionate about connecting people to nature. This passion led her to complete an undergraduate degree in Environmental Education. Over the years, Nakasi has worked actively to empower young people in Guyana to develop solutions to the country’s environmental issues. Further to that, she has worked with development organizations to encourage youth involvement in Agriculture. She has traveled across African and Caribbean countries social reporting on international agricultural conferences.
Nakasi is an avid volunteer and prides herself on making meaningful contributions to spaces that she enters. In this regard, she is committed to working alongside underserved (black and brown) communities across the world for their advancement.
|BA Environmental Education||Sterling College|
Nakasi is a 30 under 30 2018 Awardee – North American Association for Environmental Education
Three Books You Recommend?
Becoming – Dr. Michelle Obama
Last Child in the Woods – Richard Louv
Black Face, White Spaces – Dr. Carolyn Finney