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Mike Roman is a seasoned global advocate with a rich background spanning various fields. As a former Peace Corps Volunteer, AmeriCorps VISTA, Fulbright Fellow, ghostwriter, and co-creator of the impactful social media platform Humans of Kiribati, Mike's journey is marked by a commitment to social change and environmental awareness.

In 2013, he earned his Ph.D. from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh, where his academic pursuits further fueled his passion for addressing the climate crisis. Over the past 25 years, he has tirelessly worked at the forefront, collaborating with governments, international media, non-profit organizations, and individuals worldwide to elevate global consciousness on climate issues.

Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors for the National Peace Corps Association and is actively engaged in academia at the University of Cincinnati. In his spare time, he channels his expertise into collaborating with congressional representatives, contributing to formulating and passing climate-related legislation, thus leaving an indelible mark on the fight against climate change.

Climate change is the greatest moral challenge of our generation. It cannot be relegated to academic exercises, economic paradigms, or scientific pursuits of knowledge without placing our shared humanity first.

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