Graduate Student, Environmental Social Sciences The Ohio State University
Everly Jazi is a graduate student at The Ohio State University studying Environmental Social Sciences. Through interdisciplinary connections and a past in public lands management and outdoor education, Everly found her path broadening the field’s knowledge of time in natural spaces as a means of addressing health inequities. She approaches nature and health benefits research from an environmental and social justice perspective to raise awareness of the need for all individuals to have early and frequent connections with the natural world, especially in communities experiencing health/environmental disparities. Everly also works on research about collective trauma and the outdoors, is moving an Ohio State NatureRx program forward, and is a founder of the IAPS Early Career Researchers Network.