Marcela Mulholland was a policy entrepreneur at Next100 and is now deputy director for climate at Data for Progress. At Next100, Marcela worked on issues related to climate change and the Green New Deal, with a particular focus on the intersections of economic and criminal justice.
After growing up in South Florida and experiencing the impacts of climate change firsthand, Marcela chose to dedicate herself to climate change studies and activism. During the fall of 2018, she took a semester off from college to work full-time on the midterm elections with Sunrise Movement, serving as an organizer and spokesperson. Previously, she interned with the NAACP’s Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Marcela graduated from the University of Florida with a BA in political science and sustainability studies.
The climate crisis isn’t a separate, siloed-off concern, but an emergency that touches every aspect of American life and governance. With the Democratic National Committee voting this week on whether to have a climate debate, it’s critical we understand how the climate crisis intersects with other public policy priorities.Read more >