This month's speaker is Delaney Reynolds, a Junior at Palmer Trinity School and founder of The Sink or Swim Project
Delaney Reynolds splits her time between Miami’s vibrant, cosmopolitan area and No Name Key, a 1,000 acre island filled with nature and 43 solar powered homes in the Florida Keys. She is founder of The Sink or Swim Project (www.miamisearise.com).
Delaney earned a Certificate in Marine Biology from the University of Miami’s Summer Scholar’s Program, and is a graduate of Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Training. She sits on The Cleo Institute’s Youth Task Force, is a Dream in Green Youth Ambassador, and on February 26, 2016 gave a TEDx talk here in Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center about her work on sea level rise. In school Delaney is a member of the Spanish Honor Society, the Marine Conservation Club, The Wilderness Club and The Eco Club. She is also the manager of her school’s renowned Coral Lab, is a Peer Counselor, a member of the Diversity Leadership Committee and a shooting guard on the varsity women’s basketball team.