Camille Kay is a 16 year-old member of Heirs To Our Oceans in the San Francisco Bay Area living on Ramaytush Ohlone land. She is concerned about the detrimental impacts humans have had on our ecosystems such as kelp forests and coral reefs. Being aware of the problems of plastic pollution in our waterways, Camille was a graphic designer for a paper supporting the ban of single-use plastics in her community. Camille is a finalist for the NSPA
Local Climate Change Reporting award. She is a dedicated member of H2OO’s Regenerative Agriculture for Climate, Communities, and our Environment (RACCE) initiative where she and other Heirs work to educate the public about the harms of conventional agricultural practices and take steps toward creating new legislation to further regenerative agriculture in California. She is committed to maintaining H2OO’s goal of ensuring that all youths’ voices are not only heard but listened to.