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Chair, Co-Founder

Rob Fetell


Robert Fetell is a Civil & Environmental Engineering graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Robert has an MS in Engineering Geology from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor’s in Earth Science. Robert has worked as an Engineering Strategist for NextEra Energy, the world’s largest producer of clean energy; for Shell International, B.V. as a Government Relations Intern in the Hague, Netherlands; for Ramboll, a Danish Civil Engineering firm; and for the City of Miami Beach Land Use & Sustainability Committee. In 2018, Robert served as the University of Pennsylvania’s UN Youth Delegate to the “Innovation and Collaboration for a Sustainable World” Conference.

Finance Chair

Charles Aresty


Charles is a recent graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he concentrated in Legal Studies & Business Ethics and Management. Currently based in New York City, he is working closely with two foundations focused on improving educational equity and opportunities. Charles’s passion stems from a belief that engaging and educating young people on climate change resilience will be pivotal for the next generation’s future.

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Corey Wills


Corey is a hazard mitigation planner with Michael Baker International. They hold a dual masters degree in environmental studies and city planning from the University of Pennsylvania. They have been involved in resilience and adaptation projects ranging from conducting stakeholder outreach for the Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Plan to co-designing a social vulnerability index to identify at-risk communities in the U.S. Virgin Islands. They are also deeply committed to local environmental justice projects. Their work in this sphere includes creating a GIS analysis of potential locations for urban food forests for food desert alleviation in Philadelphia and the design of food forests, urban gardens, and green stormwater infrastructure for West Philadelphia public schools. Ultimately, their professional goal is to leverage ethical, sustainable, and community-driven resilience planning to equitably address climate change impacts in the urban environment.