Anna-Sophia Haub is a first year Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She is studying the intersection between Business and the Environment, Industrial Ecology, and Environmental Policy, with special focus on waste management practices within the food, DIY, and textile industry, and poverty alleviation within waste-burdened communities in Southeast Asia and South America. Before joining Yale, Anna-Sophia worked at a top-tier nonpartisan foreign policy think tank bringing together government officials, business executives, journalists, educators, civic and religious leaders to converse on global matters related to energy, the environment, human rights, and geo-economics. Prior to her work at the Council on Foreign Relations, Anna-Sophia graduated from Georgetown University with a major in government, with a specific focus on international relations and policy, and a minor in history. During her undergraduate career, she worked on the convergence of for-profit sustainable business and policy development in the sustainable urban food and agricultural tech sector. In her spare time, she volunteers and serves on the executive committee for young professionals at the American Prairie Reserve, a nonprofit land conservation and habitat restoration organization in Montana.