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ZOË TUCKER-BORRUT
(she / her)
WASHINGTON, U.S.
Communications Intern, May-Sep 2024

Zoë grew up in Vancouver, BC, Canada, on the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam Indian Band), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish Nation), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh Nation) as a child of immigrants/settlers. She is part of the gayby boom generation and has two moms. Zoë studied Biology and Environmental Studies at a public liberal arts college in traditional Ramapough Munsee Lenape territory (Northern New Jersey), where she found a love for community organizing for an equitable transition towards sustainable practices and policies that ensure healthy and resilient communities under changing environmental-social-climate crisis conditions. As a dual Canada-U.S. citizen, she resides part-time in Vancouver and part-time on Bainbridge Island, the traditional and ancestral territory of the suq̀ʷabš (Suquamish Tribe) in Washington state.

For the past two years, Zoë has served as a member of H2OO’s U.S. Youth Action Council for the UN Ocean Decade and is excited to have joined the H2OO helm as an intern in May 2024. Zoë has passions for eco-justice, the ocean, and native landscaping. She is most at peace when she is by the ocean, recognizing that it is the lifeblood of our planet.