The Challenge 2050 Project at the University of Florida

We believe in the power of human beings to change the world for the better. Aware, connected, creative human beings make innovative and inspired decisions. We cultivate the capacity for adaptive leadership and social responsibility in the next generation of global change-makers.

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Cami Ramey

Cami is a second year Environmental Science major intrigued by the many human dimensions that influence environmental issues. She is passionate about designing solutions to environmental issues that leverage women’s agency and address their disproportionate vulnerability to these issues, particularly in regards to climate change. She hopes to master the art of systems thinking by finding new questions and problems to address every day, and wants to pursue a career that allows her to apply systems thinking to tackling complex global problems. Outside of class she is involved in Gators Going Green, Admissions Volunteer Ambassadors, Honors Ensemble, and Engineers without Borders. Her longterm goal is to inspire others to live in a way that does not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Her short-term goal is to visit every Central Florida spring system she can in the next three years.