2018 Bradshaw Scholar
Center for Regional Change
Genevieve Rose Basso is an undergraduate studying sustainable design with a minor in education. She is interested in sustainable community development with an emphasis on the arts and agriculture, as well as education. During her first year at UC Davis, she worked with the elderly who have late-stage dementia and as an upcycling intern (who was recently promoted to the management team at Aggie Reuse), and lastly, with a professor designing a water filtration device using 3D printed components. After graduation, she plans on becoming an educator and later creating a consulting firm that guides businesses to become zero waste. As a Bradshaw Scholar, she is thrilled to be working with Leah C. Hibel to create curriculum, workshops, and videos for foster youth in the state of California about sex education.