Tate Shuttlesworth is a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where she studies the humanities and French. She is passionate about community service and music, and hopes to move to France and travel upon graduating. Tate was a close friend of Graham's and hopes to continue his legacy of selfless giving and deep appreciation for our planet through her involvement with The Graham Project.
Constantine Giattina is a student at Illinois Institute of Technology where he is studying architecture. He understands the terrible side effects of pollution and the irreparable damage we have caused the earth. Being friends and connecting about nature and animals with Graham helped him realize we need to act soon.
Henry Giattina is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College with a degree in political science, German, and rhetoric. He is driven by a passion for building cost-effective solutions to problems within both corporate and private affairs. The life of Graham, and his close relationship to Henry, has had a profound impact on his vision of the future: Henry sees global issues as a means of uniting people through something everyone shares—the first step towards effectively solving large-scale problems. The Graham Project is important to him because it focuses on climate change and bringing people together to solve this mutual crisis.
Corey is a junior at Auburn University, where she is studying marketing and professional sales. She has a strong passion for nature and being outside and looks forward to traveling the world following her graduation. Her love for nature came from her dear friend Graham, whose passion and deep love for our planet and its life forms is what drives her curiosity about the world. She is excited to be a part of and work with The Graham Project.
Blythe Danley attended the University of Alabama for 2 years studying marketing and advertising and is currently pursuing a career in art that focuses on the beauty of nature and the efforts needed to preserve it. Blythe believes that climate change threatens every connection within the natural world, and that impactful change can only truly be accomplished once efforts are combined. Because her values are deeply rooted in creativity, mindfulness and environmental stewardship, she believes that the Graham Project provides the perfect platform to learn about the healing power of the natural world and share the importance of the roles we all hold to protect it. She hopes that this project will help build a sense of harmony among global communities, help us with finding more commonalities amongst each other, allow for more opportunities for people to reconnect with nature, and ultimately inspire collaborations that provide solutions for the mounting issues that our planet's climate is faced with today.
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