Rochelle March is a sustainability expert and artist from Galveston Island and New York City who currently resides in a cozy neighborhood in Brooklyn.
She currently works at Trucost, part of S&P Global, where she helps companies quantify their environmental and social impact in order to become more financially and environmentally sustainable. Rochelle graduated from Bard College in 2015 with an MBA and MS in Environmental Policy and holds a BA from NYU in Individualized Study: Landscape Architecture. She is also a LEED AP in Building Design and Construction and is GRI certified. She is the recipient of several scholarships and awards, including an EPA grant, and is the winner of the 2014 EDF Climate Corps Pitch Competition.
Before going into sustainability, Rochelle worked in cancer research at Weill Cornell Medical College and started a graphic design company. Her work has been featured in several art shows, including a solo exhibition for photography. Rochelle loves to create and see art, tinker with her ukulele, go on bike and travel adventures with friends, and spend quality time with her pet hermit crab, Tranz.