Lucy Everett, Special Projects Organizer
Lucy Everett (she/her) is a climate justice organizer, interested in how communities can come together to collectively counter the systems of exploitation that are the root cause of the climate crisis and build a more just and sustainable future for all. Her community organizing journey began at McGill University with Climate Justice Action McGill and the broad-based Divest for Human Rights Coalition, and she has worked on campaigns to increase public awareness around the intersection of resource extraction and Indigenous sovereignty.
She has an honours degree from McGill in environmental studies and urban geography. Lucy is Red River Métis and a mixed white settler living in occupied Coast Salish territory in what is now known as Vancouver, BC. In addition to her role as MVA’s special project organizer, she also works in the hospitality industry, and in her spare time she enjoys reading, painting, mycology, being in nature, and spending time with her cat Louis Fidel.