Alyssa Krogh

Alyssa (she/her) is a biomedical sciences student on full scholarship. Engaging in citizen science is a passion of hers and she has studied animals species affected by climate change, ranging from polar bears and beluga whales in the sub-arctic to pink dolphins, caiman, monkeys and understory birds in the Amazon. Alyssa also loves the arts and has completed her grade 9 piano with the Royal Conservatory of Music achieving first class honours with distinction.

As a visual artist, she is fascinated by the role that creativity plays within EcoWisdom programming in promoting nature connection and wellness.  Alyssa is interested in issues of health equity for people living with disabilities and members of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) populations.


Image description: Headshot of Alyssa, a person with brown skin looking at the camera with a
small grin, and sitting on the ground sideways with her knees bent, surrounded by a forested
area. Alyssa has straight brown hair pulled back in a long ponytail, and she is wearing glasses
and a blue long-sleeved top and pants.