Jerome Foster II is a 17-year-old African-American author, Harvard graduate law school dual-enrollment student, MIT climate science dual-enrollment student, climate change activist, high school senior, and virtual reality/augmented reality business owner. Jerome strikes in front of the White House and coordinated and led the climate march from the White House to the Supreme Court as apart of the Climate Strikes Movement, he is the Founder and Executive Director of OneMillionOfUs which is mobilizing a new generation to young people to register and turnout to vote in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Jerome is also a Smithsonian Ambassador, a World Bank SustainUS Delegate, a National Geographic Icelandic Explorer, a Certified Climate Reality Leader, and interned for Congressman John Lewis at the House of Representatives. He is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Climate Reporter which is a youth-led climate change journalism organization which has writers out of 8 countries. Jerome has won the World Series of Entrepreneurship and has been featured in TIME Magazine, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Teen Vogue, Telemundo, ELLE, Axios, VICELAND, and many others. Also, he has written op-eds on Yes! Magazine, E & E News, and UNICEF and has spoken on a panel at the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights facilitated by CIVICUS.