Isaac was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina and is a senior at Wakefield High School. He takes part in many extracurriculars at his school such as the marching band, National Achievers Society, and robotics club. Most recently, Isaac joined the ACE Action Fellowship in order to better participate in the conversation around climate change. He’s always been passionate about climate issues but has recently decided to try and take a more active approach to being part of the solution to this global problem.
Isaac finds climate change to be so important for one simple reason: if not properly addressed, it’ll eventually kill us all. He’s always been fascinated by the environment but wasn’t fully aware of the rate at which it was dying. However, once he was informed of what was going on, he decided to try and help because he feels that if he isn’t part of the solution, he’s part of the problem. And for that reason, he decided to join the ACE Action Fellowship – to have the opportunity to be part of the solution, rather than the problem.
He hopes that, through ACE, he can learn skills that he’ll use in the future to better inform, educate, and share with others in order to help prevent the further destruction of the planet. Furthermore, he hopes that he’ll meet like-minded people that he can become good friends with while they work to gain experience in advocating about climate change.