Baton Rouge native, Asti Davis, works at the intersection of law and environmental justice with a focus on green economies, environmental justice, and policy making. She believes her work in environmental justice is an integral component of the continuing civil rights movement. Previously, Asti served at the Arbor Day Foundation, Green For All, WE Act for Environmental Justice, and Foundation for Louisiana. She has now taken her talents to Deep South Center for Environmental Justice where she serves as the Network Coordinator for the National Black Environmental Justice Network. Asti earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Dillard University and a juris doctorate from Loyola University of New Orleans with a concentration in environmental law. As the climate crisis is intensifying, Asti has made it her duty to bring common knowledge of environmentalism as a whole to the public through her Instagram account @Environista.