Nana Firman is deeply passionate about the green and blue sustainability of this beautiful brown earth. Previously, she directed the World Wildlife Fund in Indonesia for Green Reconstruction efforts during a post-tsunami period and developed urban climate resiliency plans. She was named the White House Champion of Change for Climate Faith Leaders by President Barrack Obama and received the Alfredo Sirkis Memorial Green Ring Award for Climate Leadership from former Vice President Al Gore. She was featured in “One Earth: People of Color Protecting Our Planet” among 20 Earth Defenders. Nana holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut, and a Master of Science in Urban Design from Pratt Institute in New York. And she is now pursuing a Master of Arts in Islamic Studies at Bayan Islamic Graduate School affiliated with Chicago Theological Seminary in Chicago. Currently, she serves as GreenFaith’s Senior Ambassador.