Jill Capotosto graduated from Elon University in North Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in environmental studies and strategic communications. As a Princeton in Asia fellow, she spent two years in Vietnam with TRAFFIC, an international nonprofit combatting wildlife trafficking. As the country communications officer, she worked on a campaign to reduce demand for rhino horn, as well as a program to support sustainable rural livelihoods. Jill has also worked for the Institute for Sustainable Communities, a Vermont-based nonprofit working to build climate resilience in U.S. cities. At Yale, Jill is a joint-degree student with the Jackson Institute and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is focusing on environmental justice, particularly on the relationship between marginalized urban communities and climate change, climate-induced migration, and climate mobility.