Julia-Claire Evans, National Wildlife Federation
As a Communications Associate, Julia-Claire Evans helps to build awareness and support with a variety of audiences around the importance of restoring Louisiana’s coast for the National Wildlife Federation and the Restore the Mississippi River Delta Coalition. Julia-Claire works with a diverse group of stakeholders, including coastal communities, coastal scientists, policy makers and a network of environmental NGOs to help Louisiana’s people, wildlife and economy adapt and thrive in face of climate change.
Julia-Claire is a recent LSU graduate from Lafayette with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. She has a strong communications and journalism background and previously wrote for 225 Magazine and the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. She loves hiking, music and reading (especially historical fiction) and outside of the office, you can catch her spending her free time at local concerts with friends. She is passionate about all things south Louisiana and sustaining and restoring this beautiful state’s coast, and she decided to combine that passion with her love for writing to work towards spreading information and drawing attention to Louisiana’s local communities and the environmental work being done across the state.← Back to Staff Page