Born and raised in California, Justine has also been shaped by traveling and living in South America. As a co-recipient of the Beagle II Award from the Stanford Anthropology Department, she produced 3D photos (stereographs) documenting research on medicinal practices in various bioregions of Perú. After receiving her BA from Stanford in 2011, she continued her studies in Buenos Aires, Argentina and her culminating project linked simultaneous live artistic events from 7 countries. Her connection to Argentina has extended over many years, and the people and landscapes inspired her to advocate for our natural systems and worldwide communities. Justine is currently pursuing her law degree at King Hall, UC Davis School of Law. Her focus is in environmental law, in particular water law and the human right to water.
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