Eva Wilson graduated cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2017 with a B.A. in Geography and Environmental Studies. She has five years of experience leading sustainability programs in the Food and Beverage industry. As the Environment and Community Impact Manager at Tillamook, Eva worked collaboratively with industry leaders to address the environmental and social impact of dairy farming. She co-developed Tillamook’s sustainability strategy, published its first Stewardship Report, and helped the cooperative become a Certified B Corporation for its impact. As she built relationships with dairy farmers, Eva became increasingly more inspired by the innovative ways in which agrarians steward working lands. She is specializing in Conservation Planning at the Bren School to continue working in the intersection between food and the environment. Eva is interested in studying land management strategies that sequester carbon and uphold water quality. She hopes to advance the health of the planet through the preservation of working lands.