Christopher Mollica is studying to receive his doctorate in psychology from William James College in Newton, MA. Since 2017, he has been a member of the team at Farrington Nature Linc, a nonprofit organization the mission of which is to connect urban youth with the health benefits of nature. Chris spent six months exposed to research related to climate change at the Institute of Agro-
Environmental and Forest Biology in Porano, Italy. Chris has worked with refugees in a variety of settings, including at a group home for transition-aged youth during his first year of training. He enjoys gardening and often visits the site where Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden.