Sekita Grant (she/her) is an environmental policy and social justice strategist, a climate justice advocate, and a life-long student. She was the first Florida Sea Grant Conservation Clinic Legal Fellow for her work as a lawyer. Sekita attended UC Berkeley and received a B.S. in management at Georgia Tech, a law degree from the University of Southern California, and an LL.M. in environmental and land use law at the University of Florida. She has worked with the Supreme Court of Jamaica, The Nature Conservancy, the California Energy Commission, Business for Social Responsibility, Greenlining Institute, and Emerson Collective. During her time at the Greenlining Institute, she served as an environmental equity strategist using creative policy advocacy and coalition building to bring diversity and equity into California’s climate, transportation, and clean energy policies.