Taylor Cook


Taylor is a senior Psychology major with a minor in Fine Art from Ojai, CA. She has been an active member of CCC and Whitman’s Divestment Campaign since her first year here on campus. Over summer 2015, Taylor interned with The Rhodes Trust in Oxford, United Kingdom, where she worked with the team responsible for the international Rhodes scholarship program. Through her travels and internships, Taylor has recognized the interconnectivity of social justice, community outreach, and environmental organizing, and hopes to push the need for honest, transparent communication regarding Whitman’s economic and political perspectives. Please feel free to send her a message anytime!


Lorah Steichen


Lorah is a senior politics-environmental studies major from Sequim, Washington. As a sophomore she revamped CCC’s Cool the Schools science outreach program which connects Whitman students with middle school classrooms to teach lessons on climate change. She is also an active member of the Divest Whitman campaign. Lorah’s passion for environmental justice informs her activism on campus. She believes that as a privileged institution of higher learning, Whitman has a responsibility to acknowledge intersections of social oppression and environmental degradation. This means that Whitman must not only promote sustainably on campus but also enact policies which confront larger structures of environmental injustice.