CHC Distinguished Speaker – National Geographic Explorer, Alizé Carrère

Raised in a quasi treehouse on the edge of a Finger Lake in upstate New York, Alizé Carrère is a National Geographic Young Explorer who travels the globe in order to study the amazing adaptability of humans and animals. She began her time as a Young Explorer in the highlands of Madagascar, uncovering an innovative method of agricultural adaptation that emerged in the face of severe deforestation. She is now working on showcasing other cases of remarkable resilience and creativity in the face of environmental changes. Alizé obtained her B.A. and M.Sc. from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Alizé will address students in every grade level throughout the day on Monday, February 12.
Note: Monday, February 12 will be a Professional Dress Day for students in Grades 6-12