Malia Losordo is a third year concurrent degree student pursuing a law degree from the University of Oregon and a Masters degree in Water Resources Policy and Management at Oregon State University. She aims to pursue a career in public service, working towards social, economic, and ecological equity in water management. In a past life, she played flanker for the UNC women’s rugby team and sang soprano 2 in an all-female a cappella group. Since moving west, Malia prefers to spend as much of her free time as possible in water, the desert, on mountains, or supporting PIELC.
Rory Isbell is in his third year at the University of Oregon School of Law and is also in his first year of coursework for a Masters of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) as a dual degree student at the University of Oregon Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management. Rory was born in Oregon, but grew up exploring the arid basins and ranges of Arizona. When he’s not pursuing his academic interests, Rory hikes, bikes, camps, climbs, skis, and paddles the beautiful landscapes of the West.