Nicolette Ohlsen is a first-year law student and a content officer for Land Air Water. She is from Denver Colorado and graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and a minor in Spanish. Her undergraduate experience was enriched by working with the Native American Rights Fund, The Colorado Governor’s Office, and University of Colorado’s Restorative Justice Program (CURJ). During her time at Native American Rights Fund, she worked on voting rights cases and land disputes that deepened her passion for fighting against injustice. She also interned at the Colorado Governor’s Office under the Office of Saving People Money on Healthcare where she researched and collaborated on policy initiatives regarding environmental determinants of health, hospital transparency and affordable insurance. Lastly, her time at CURJ was defined by working in collaboration with offenders, community members and victims to create accountability for crimes without using punitive punishment. She hopes to pursue a law career in environmental justice and in her free time loves to hike, camp, and read!