Nathaniel M. Ross
Arizona State University
Nathaniel is a first-generation college student and Flinn scholar studying biology, political science, applied quantitative science, and history at Arizona State University (ASU). Inspired by his experiences living with a disability, he hopes to spearhead efforts to draft and pass legislation addressing the disproportionate health impacts of climate change on disabled people. He interns at a legislative advocacy firm, lobbying and testifying for social change at the Arizona State Legislature. At ASU, he works in two research labs on several projects focused on the intersections of the environment, healthcare, and education. He mentors children with disabilities across the country through the organization he founded with his mother and sister, EOSFighter Connection.