About Page May


Vice Chair

Page MayPage is currently an Educator with the Alliance for Climate Education (ACE). In this role, she leads assembly presentations about climate change at high schools in Chicago. Before joining ACE, much of Page's academic and professional experiences focused on the geography of hunger and building just and sustainable food systems.

As an Emerson Hunger Fellow with the Congressional Hunger Center, she focused on anti-racism and anti-hunger initiatives while working for Growing Power, a national organization helping to provide equal access to safe, healthy and affordable food to all communities. She has also worked with Heifer International, researching alternative agriculture in the Amazon and leading a youth crew on school farms. 

Page organized the Mind the Gap! educational campaign on wealth inequality with NETWORK in D.C. It was during those efforts that she connected with UFE while attending one of UFE's Training of Trainers Institutes.

Page is a native of Vermont with a degree in Environmental Studies from Mount Holyoke College.

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